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New video footage at a factory farm that provides eggs to a Walmart egg supplier exposes the dark underbelly of the Brazilian egg industry. The footage shows thousands of hens crammed inside tiny, filthy cages; birds trapped in sharp wire or under feed troughs; and dead birds left to decompose next to hens still laying eggs for human consumption.
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Demand Walmart Brazil ensure the eggs it sells are not from hens crammed in cruel cages. Act now!
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I just watched horrific video footage taken at a factory farm that provides eggs to a Walmart egg supplier. What I saw makes me sick to my stomach: birds trapped in sharp cage wire or under feed troughs, trampled by their cagemates and unable to reach food and water. Surrounded by excrement and rotting corpses of other hens, they can hardly move in their tiny cages.

Chickens are sensitive and intelligent animals who deserve better than this.

Confining hens in cages is so cruel that this practice has been banned or restricted in the entire
European union and many U.S. states.

Walmart has already agreed to go cage-free in the United States and Canada; yet in Brazil, the company continues to buy from egg suppliers that cram hens into cruel cages.

Even leading food retailers in Brazil, including Burger King, Subway, McDonald's, KFC, and Spoleto, have publicly pledged to switch to cage-free eggs. It’s time for Walmart Brazil to do the same.

Please take a stand against horrific treatment of animals by immediately implementing this policy change today.

Thank you.
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The Rotten Truth Behind the Egg Industry is Horrific Animal Suffering

Crammed In Tiny Cages

Thousands of hens crammed in tiny cages unable to walk freely, spread their wings, or rest comfortably

Trapped in Cage Wire

Birds trapped in sharp cage wire unable to reach food and water, suffering an agonizing death

Left to Decompose

Dead hens left to rot and decompose next to hens still laying eggs for human consumption

Covered in Feces

Chickens forced to live in filthy, disease-ridden environments, covered in dirt and feces

Cruelty Critics

The best way for individual consumers to help end this suffering is to leave animals off their plates.

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