Does Being 'Informed' Change Public Opinion On Dairy Welfare?
A Meat and Dairy Industries Article from


April 2017

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A study from Brazil shows that information about dairy industry practices increases consumer concern and pro-industry claims fail to boost acceptance.

Most interestingly for animal advocates, the researchers provided respondents with information justifying the practices. Nevertheless, most respondents continued to disapprove of the practices. This means that even when provided pro-industry information, simply being made aware of some common dairy industry practices caused concern among these Brazilians.

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