I received an email on behalf of the RSPCA about encouraging supermarkets to do more for animal welfare.
For the second year running, the RSPCA Good Business Awards is open to the public through the People’s Choice Supermarket award which means that people can vote for the supermarket they think is doing the most for animal welfare.
The People’s Choice Supermarket award is back and bigger than ever before. Voting is open to the public again this year, which means that people can directly reward the supermarket they think is doing the most for animal welfare, helping to encourage other shops to do more.
The RSPCA has short-listed four stores that have achieved high welfare standards in the past twelve months. Now they are just waiting for the public to choose a winner. The four supermarkets that have made it through to the short-list are the Co-operative, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose.
By casting a vote for the one you feel has done the most for farm animal welfare, you will be encouraging all supermarkets to follow suit and raise their standards. So a vote for your favourite is really a vote on behalf of farm animals everywhere. Voting closes on September 10th, and the winner will be announced in October. You can find all the details at http://www.independent.co.uk/voterspca