• Start a new fast food chain!

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    Over a year ago

    Why doesn’t PETA/PETA2 consider starting their own fast food retail chain stores?
    That is the best way of tackling the cruelty by the other chains!

    And funds can be raised for it anyways,considering the high amount of members associated with Peta and Peta2!

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    Over a year ago

    Hey @vineet,

    That would take a lot of money, but we appreciate the suggestion! 🙂

    ~Annie from peta2.

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  • Profile photo of nomeatnodairynoprob1em

    Over a year ago

    Flawless meat & dairy substitutes are the ultimate solution.
    Substitutes that have the same taste & texture, and the same (or better) nutritional value & cost as the original products.

    The majority will be willing to drop meat & dairy products when these substitutes are available and that’s all we need to produce a self-perpetuating process that will quickly take it the rest of the way.

    These substitutes are the key to quickly ending animal abuse and exploitation on this planet.

    Once people drop meat & dairy products from their diet, they are automatically set on a mind-opening journey which leads to an awareness of — and intolerance for — other forms of animal abuse and exploitation.

    So, you’re right, PETA should definitely be heavily involved in the vegan food business.
    Though not directly involved using the PETA name.
    They should be behind the scenes supporting developers, producers and distributors.

    PETA isn’t stupid though, so there’s a good chance they’re already involved.
    Though perhaps not as heavily as they should be.

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