These 4 Major Grocery Chains Are Facing Pressure Over Their Rotisserie Chickens

The rotisserie chicken is a meal that makes dinner (and lunch) easier for tons of households. If yours is one of them, one advocacy group wants you to know about four supermarket chains that are reportedly selling broiler chickens that aren’t raised in the most favorable conditions—along with five others that have just made a crucial commitment to the raising of healthier chickens.

We all want to feed our families quality food. Ideally, you’d probably like to achieve that while feeling confident that the product you’re serving was raised in a way that’s healthy and humane. This week, the Humane League reached out to Eat This, Not That! to share that on Monday, Sprouts Farmers Market publicly adopted the Better Chicken Commitment to improve the treatment of chickens raised for meat in its supply chain after a reported two years of engagement with The Humane League and other organizations.

Sprouts joins four other major grocery chains that are “making impressive progress on animal welfare,” the Humane League told Eat This, Not That! in an email.

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