The Humane Eating Blog
Going to a barbecue this weekend? Try one of these vegan recipes to impress your friends and eat humanely at the same time! And if you are going to be grilling any meat, buy humanely raised - look for 3rd party certification label like GAP, Certified Humane, or Animal Welfare Approved. Click on a picture to see… Read More »
Like most apps, the Humane Eating Project is powered by various technologies. Here is an overview of the different programs we use to create, maintain, and further develop the app. Back End We built a prototype of the Humane Eating Project App using Justinmind's Usernote product. We built the iOS app natively using Xcode. We… Read More »
Thank you for using the Humane Eating Project app and for working to improve farm animal welfare conditions. We hope you love using our app and we want to hear your feedback! Please review our app on iTunes or tell us your comments on Facebook. Are we missing any major features? Do you still use… Read More »
The Humane Eating Project app is now available for FREE in the app store! So how does it work? When you open the app, you will see a map of your current location. There will be a pinpoint for each restaurant that we have in our database. The pins are color-coded: Green: Vegan, Vegetarian, or… Read More »
What is the Watch List? All of the issues described at the Humane Eating Project cause intense suffering to animals. Some of these issues are particularly egregious and easy to find on a menu. Many people are so offended by the production of these foods that they don’t even want to step foot in a… Read More »
We were able to raise over $10,000 with the help of 156 donors! Thanks for the support! Read More »
Eating humanely means considering how animals are treated when choosing what to eat. Practically speaking, it means eating vegan, vegetarian, and humanely-raised food. Incorporating a combination of vegan, vegetarian, and humanely-raised options into your diet allows you to eat humanely without giving up your favorite meals. Humane eating is a HUGE improvement over traditional factory… Read More »
We just launched our fundraising campaign through Indiegogo to make The Humane Eating Project app a reality! With your support, finding humane restaurants near you will be as easy as turning on your phone. Please check out the Indiegogo page here, and support the project by donating or spreading the word. There are a lot of cool prizes… Read More »
Are you new to the idea of humane eating? The Humane Eating Project will help you find restaurants with humane choices. But before the app is released, and aside from restaurants, there are other ways you can make your diet more humane. Many people want to eat humanely, but don’t know how. Vegan is the… Read More »
The Humane Eating Project App will be ready in a few months! Our outstanding graphics team has put together images of what our app will look like when it is released. Check out our restaurant locator to see how simple it will be to find humane options near you. We have a database of over… Read More »
You can have a huge impact on the lives of farm animals by making a simple change. It’s easy to make a difference by switching to humane restaurants with the Humane Eating Project. The Humane Eating Project is a mobile app that finds restaurants offering humanely-raised, vegan, and vegetarian options. It also shows Watch List restaurants to… Read More »
The Humane Eating Feed
- WOW - nearly 50 years ago, almost all chickens were ranged FREE. Now, you nearly need a PhD in eggology to decipher marketing claims on an egg carton. Not all eggs are created equal... or humanely. #eggs #humaneeating
Choices abound when buying eggs
Decades ago, eggs were brown or white, big or small. Now you need a scorecard to choose: cage-free, organic, humanely raised or pasture-raised — not to mention prices that can run from less than $2 to $8 for a dozen.
- That lipstick you love? May have been tested on animals. Those eggs on sale from the store? May have been produced from chickens that have never seen daylight. Educate yourself on the basics of living and consuming humanely from our friends at Marin Humane Society. (Thanks for the shout out for our app! We think it's pretty spectacular, too.) #humaneeating #humaneliving
Tails of Marin: What we buy and use can help animals, too
Marin County is one of the most progressive in the nation when it comes to caring for animals. Our adoption rate of homeless animals at the Marin Humane Society is one of the highest in the country, we have few instances of animal cruelty and we try to educate our children about the importance of
- File this under never knew, but glad we do now! This is why we ask you to purchase humanely raised meats. They understand more than what's assumed!
Chickens aren't so "bird-brained," after all!
- Warning: Do Not Read While Hungry http://www.americaforanimals.org/20-vegan-recipes-for-your-labor-day-bbq/
20 Vegan Recipes for Your Labor Day BBQ |
Going to a barbecue this weekend? Try one of these vegan recipes to impress your friends and eat humanely at the same time!
- Did you know there are workshops for livestock producers that help them reduce stress for both the animal and farmer, resulting in more humanely raised meats? Way to go, Purdue! http://ow.ly/AxSjY #humanelyraised #humaneeating #livestock #farming #purdue
Purdue Extension - Management seminar helps beef producer raise...
Norman Voyles Jr. truly enjoys the work he does on the Voyles Farms, Inc. grain and livestock farm he and his brother, Jim, own near Martinsville....