The fake news claims that The Vegan Society has requested a ban on animal-shaped foods as it makes humans feel superior compared to the animal kingdom.
April 16, 2021
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Animal crunchy biscuits Can arouse violence against animals. At least that seems to be what The Vegan Society says, an association of British vegetarians that according to some French media has asked to ban these snacks.
However, one French news agency proved it was fake news and The Vegan Society’s claims were taken out of context. Bertrand Chameroy of the European 1st chain explained that 3 years ago, a spokesperson regretted the image that animal biscuits were for children, but did not ask to ban them.
A real change
While this information was false, in August 2018 the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) convinced Nabisco to change his Animal Crackers box of animal crackers.
The famous cakes made in Great Britain in the 19th century show animals in a zoo, but from now on they are seen walking across a steppe.
Some are talking @MAP wasted time, money and effort pressured Nabisco to free the animals from the Animal Crackers circus. I disagree. Children will no longer think that it is okay to put an animal in a cage. Do well in PETA. Thank you Nabisco. It’s never too late to change. pic.twitter.com/8KZts5YG7N
– Daniel Schneider (@BiologistDan) August 21, 2018