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Neglected. Abused. Suffering.

Birds raised on factory farms for Aramark’s chicken supply chain live a life of constant misery.

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  • Trapped in Filth

    filth

    Aramark sources its chicken from industrial farming operations that house hundreds of thousands of birds inside filthy, windowless sheds. Due to this severe overcrowding, these birds are provided slightly more space than a sheet of paper to live on. Often they are unable to walk and lay in ammonia- laden litter causing sores and respiratory problems.

    Trapped in Filth
  • Bred to Suffer

    bred

    Birds in Aramark’s supply chain have been so genetically manipulated that they grow to be seven times as large as they would without such invasive tampering — and in less time. This accelerated growth leaves birds crippled under their own weight and causes a myriad of other problems.

    Bred to Suffer
  • Brutally Killed

    slaughter

    While millions of birds die due to genetic and environmental abuses, those who survive suffer the cruelest fate. At the slaughterhouse they are violently shackled upside down, painfully shocked with electricity, and cut open at the throat — often while still conscious and able to feel pain.

    Brutally Killed

Who is Aramark

Aramark is one of the country’s largest food service providers and serves over 2 billion meals each year globally.

While you might not know the Aramark name, chickens that suffer for Aramark’s supply chain are served in thousands of universities, hospitals, and other dining halls annually.

  • Hospitals
  • Schools & Universities
  • Stadiums
  • National Parks
  • Prisons

Aramark is likely serving these abused chickens in your neighborhood.