USA: Wendy's - PETA breaks through - COMMENT (Members)
PETA has called off its anti-Wendy's campaign after the fast-food chain agreed to its demands. The campaign was called off one day after Wendy's told PETA it would strengthen its oversight of suppliers and improve the treatment of animals before and during slaughter. Fast-food companies concerned about their image should follow the Big Three's new standards, rather than risking negative publicity that would damage their expensively built brands.
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