China’s first official guidelines on slaughtering chickens outline a more humane approach that may help with sales and concerns of animal activists
The voluntary guidelines, issued in Shandong Province, call for a three-hour limit on the transportation time endured by a live chicken, holding the animals with both hands and anesthetizing them prior to killing them. The steps may help sell the meat in high-end markets, where consumers have greater concerns about animal welfare.
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