Text – Animal welfare 1 Allgemein570 Aufrufe Speichern Drucken Weiterleiten PDF an Freunde weiterleiten: Ihre IP-Adresse wird aus Sicherheitsgründen gespeichert um kriminelle Aktivitäten und unerlaubten Spam zu unterbinden. Leiten Sie nur E-Mails weiter, wo der Empfänger mit dem Versand auch einverstanden ist. Ihre E-Mail Adresse Ihr Name Empfänger E-Mail Adresse Empfänger Name Ihre zusätzliche Nachricht Eigene PDF HochladenPDF & Publisher Info (QR-Code downloaden)Bamberg, 03.01.2021https://pdf-ins-internet.de/?p=95535 Teilen: Subject: English Date: 14.12.2020 Topic: Food labels Class: FW11a Tipp 1: The words needed in the gapped summary do follow the order of the text. Tipp 2: Focus on buzz words. For additional help, look at the new word box below the text. What do animal welfare labels actually mean? By Rachel Krantz, 30 Jan 2019 - adapted and abridged On a simple run to the grocery storeZH¶UHFRQIURQWHGE\Ddizzying array of products in the meat, dairy, and egg aisles. Many of these food items have labels on them. For consumers, however, it can be difficult to know which labels on animal products signal that the animals were treated better, and which are simply advertising fluff. Whether or not their meaning is clear, these labels can have big sway over consumers, 5 and enormous consequences for the billions of animals raised and slaughtered for food each year in the US. Not a single federal law protects farmed animals during their lives on factory farms ² which has led to a race to the bottom in animal welfare. For example, most egg-laying hens are crammed into cages VRVPDOOWKDWWKH\FDQ¶WHYHQ spread their wings, chickens raised for meat have been selectively bred to grow faster than 10 their bodies can handle, and most breeding sows in the pork industry are confined in cages so narrow, they FDQ¶WWXUQDURXQGIRUPRVWRIWKHLUOLYHV 7KHUH¶V HQRUPRXV SRWHQWLDO IRU LPSURYLQJ WKH ZHOIDUH RI LQFUHGLEO\ ODUJH QXPEHUV RI animals by switching to systems that are high welfare, like free-range and organic systems where the animals have much more space to move around, to express their natural 15 behaviors, and to engage in natural social interactions in more enriched environments than on the deprived environments of modern intensive farms. Labels could show consumers where systems of high welfare are already in place. But which labels actually tell us something useful? Generally, animal welfare terms used on food labels are approved by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). But the USDA 20 itself does not legally define most of the animal welfare terms you see on labels. Instead, it often allows producers to define the terms themselves. Source: https://www.vox.com/future-perfect/2019/1/30/18197688/organic-cage-free-wild- caught-certified-humane Eingestellt über www.PDF-ins-Internet.de - Haftung für Inhalt und Inhaber aller Rechte ist der Puplisher Kontaktdaten und Anbieterkennung des Puplishers/Autors entnehmen Sie bitte dem PDF-Archives auf www.PDF-ins-Internet.de. Subject: English Date: 14.12.2020 Topic: Food labels Class: FW11a Word box: animal welfare - the protection of the health and well-being of animals bred - to keep animals for the purpose of producing young animals in a controlled (to breed) way cages - spaces surrounded on all sides by bars or wire, in which animals are kept confined (to confine) - to keep someone or something within limits define - to explain the meaning and exact limits of something engage - to become involved, or have contact, with someone or something enriched - improved quality free-range - relating to farm animals that are allowed to move around outside grocery store - a shop that sells food and other things used in the home. In AmeULFDQ(QJOLVKµJURFHU\VWRUH¶LVRIWHQXVHGWRPHDQµVXSHUPDUNHW¶ legally - according to the laws of a country or state natural behaviors - the way animals would behave under natural conditions (not held by humans) organic - not using artificial chemicals in the growing of plants and animals producers - companies, or people that provide goods, especially those that are produced by an industrial process or obtained through farming race to the bottom - refers to a competitive situation where organizations attempt to undercut the competition's prices by sacrificing quality standards, safety, or animal's living conditions. raised (to raise) - to take care of an animal or plant, until they are completely grown treated (to treat) - to behave in a particular way towards somebody/something Eingestellt über www.PDF-ins-Internet.de - Haftung für Inhalt und Inhaber aller Rechte ist der Puplisher Kontaktdaten und Anbieterkennung des Puplishers/Autors entnehmen Sie bitte dem PDF-Archives auf www.PDF-ins-Internet.de.