- Go Vegan! - Every
time we sit down to eat, we can choose compassion over cruelty. Adopting
a vegetarian diet is the single most important and powerful action you
can take to end animal cruelty.
Visit ChooseVeg.com for eggless recipes and
tips for making the transition to a vegan diet.
Also, consider taking a 30 day egg free pledge.
- Expose the Truth
- Share this investigation with a friend or embed the undercover video
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- Support Our Work
- Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help Mercy For
Animals continue our vital work of exposing animal cruelty.
- Call on the Department of Defense to stop purchasing eggs from NuCal Foods to the tune of $6.7 million. NuCal Foods distributes eggs from cruel Gemperle Enterprises, the farm Mercy for Animals investigated.
Tell Inspector General John Maffei that, as a concerned citizen, you demand that the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) terminate NuCal Foods' and Gemperle Enterprises' status as an approved egg vendor to federal procurement programs.
Please call the Inspector General's office at 804-734-8106/8965.
You can also email DeCAHotline@deca.mil or write:
Defense Commissary Agency
Attention: Inspector General, John T. Maffei
1300 E Avenue
Fort Lee, Virginia 23801-1800
- Hold Trader Joe's
Accountable – Although Trader Joe's recently announced its noble move to sever ties
with Gemperle Enterprises following MFA's investigation, the company
has still failed to adopt a policy against battery cage eggs.
cages – which deny birds the ability to walk, stretch their wings, or
engage in any other basic movements – are inherently cruel.
Trader Joe's for dumping Gemperle Enterprises as a supplier, but urge
the company to follow the lead of Whole Foods by adopting a strict
policy against the sale of eggs from hens confined in battery cages.
Dane Bane, CEO
Trader Joe's Company
800 South Shamrock Ave.
Monrovia, CA 91016
Or send an email through
the Trader Joe's Web site at www.traderjoes.com.