Equalia NGO achievements in animal welfare

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Since 2018, we have secured commitments from more than 30 food companies and supermarkets to improve animal welfare standards.

If you want hens not to live in cages, or chickens not to live in overcrowded conditions, you share our mission.

 

We make your voice heard by major supermarkets.

Large supermarket chains advertise that all their products are animal welfare compliant.

 

But are they? At Equalia, we make sure that supermarkets commit to real, scientifically proven animal welfare standards.

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SOME LARGE SUPERMARKET CHAINS WHERE WE HAVE RAISED ANIMAL WELFARE STANDARDS

WHAT WE HAVE ACHIEVED IN EQUALIA

74

MILLON

approximate No. of chickens with improved animal welfare

31

POLICIES

No. of animal welfare policies developed thanks to Equalia

9

MILLON

No. of hens that will not live in cages all their lives

1 in 4

EGGS

purchased in supermarkets committed to sourcing exclusively cage-free eggs thanks to Equalia

30+

COMPANIES

No. of companies committed to better animal welfare policies

11,800

HOURS

No. of hours of work in 2021 by our team to improve animal welfare in the food chain in Spain

ADVANCES IN ANIMAL WELFARE THANKS TO OUR INITIATIVES

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PROGRESS ON THE LAW FOR VIDEO SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS IN SLAUGHTERHOUSES INITIATIVE

The Ministry of Consumer Affairs is working on a royal decree project for the installation of video surveillance cameras in slaughterhouses

This initiative has been possible in part by grants from the Animal Charity Evaluators, Open Philanthropy Project Fund and Pollination Project.

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PROGRESS ON THE CAGE-FREE HENS EGGS INITIATIVE

Following meetings with Equalia, Carrefour has published its commitment to use exclusively cage-free eggs from 2025.

This initiative has been possible in part by grants from the Center for Effective Altruism, Pollination Project and the Open Philanthropy Project Fund, an advisory fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

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PROGRESS ON THE EUROPEAN CHICKEN COMMITMENT INITIATIVE

This initiative has been possible in part by grants from the Center for Effective Altruism, Animal Charity Evaluators and the Open Philanthropy Project Fund, an advisory fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

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In collaboration with Equalia, El Corte Inglés becomes the first supermarket chain to join the European Chicken Commitment in Spain.