Consumers are concerned about animal welfare

An interesting article on consumer concerns and perceptions about farm animal welfare.

The journal “Animals” published an article last February titled “Consumer Concerns and Perceptions of Farm Animal Welfare” by Marta E. Alonso de la Varga and José R. González-Montaña, both lecturers at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of León University (ULE), and by Juan M. Lomillos from Cardenal Herrera University CEU.\

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