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  • Our Community »  Consume with Care

    Consume with Careconsume with care

    Consumewithcare.org aims to raise awareness about the plight of animals affected by our consumer habits. We are an online resource educating, empowering and inspiring Australians to shop ethically. We provide information and practical advice through our website, blog and Facebook page.Problem

    The mistreatment and suffering endured by animals on factory farms. Also, how we can inspire others to support kinder alternatives.

    Hope

    To bring an end to factory farming in Australia

    Proud

    Always choosing highest animal welfare products. If we can’t find it, we don’t buy it.

    Die Happy

    Home-made spinach and kale pie.

    Involved

    Visit our website at www.consumewithcare.org, like us on Facebook and follow our blog.

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    Ethical shopping at the supermarket: meat & poultry

    Making ethical decisions at the supermarket can be a minefield. Consumer blog, Consume with Care, hand on their words of wisdom about picking products with animal welfare in mind.
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    Quality vs Quantity

    The concept of quality vs quantity can be applied to all things. Consumer with Care founder, Natalie Penn, talks about why quality rather than quantity is vital when it comes to eating meat.
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