Attitudes toward Farmed Animals in BRIC Countries


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Description: We completed a multi-national “BRIC” study to compare attitudes and behavior regarding farmed animals and veg*nism across five different countries (including the U.S.). The BRIC countries – Brazil, Russia, India, and China — are rapidly increasing their consumption of animal products, yet there is little research for these countries. The research revealed that most BRIC residents favor better farmed animal welfare laws, and much more!

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Reports: Detailed report on Brazil: Detailed report on Russia: Detailed report on India:


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