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Sep 1, 2021

GAP, the Global Animal Partnership, gives a "Humane Raised" Certification to meat products that can end up duping consumers, a PETA undercover investigation has exposed. At Plainville Farms, PETA video shows how animals are abused routinely. But the worst of it is how the farm sells the turkeys under GAP's "Humanely Raised" certification, backed by the ASPCA and the Humane Society of the U.S. It's a sham. Beware. GAP has suspended the farm, and the workers there have been terminated. But turkeys are still being sold. PETA VP Dan Paden said he's presented the video to the Pennsylvania State police for prosecution on animal welfare laws. Don't be fooled by the GAP label on any products. Paden says the "humane raised" marketing scheme is a sham. Beware. Paden talks to Emil Guillermo about the investigation.

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