of consumers would purchase products with verifiable welfare standards from a restaurant, even if it meant a price increase.1

Nearly 80%

of consumers think there should be an objective third party checking on the welfare of animals on farms.1


of operators plan to or are actively seeking products that are humanely raised.2

At Perdue, we show our commitment to the health and welfare of our animals by continuously improving the way we raise them. It’s not just good for the birds—it’s good for your business.

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Perdue's Commitment to Animal Care

We take extra steps to make sure the animals we raise are as healthy as possible. The USDA, an authority that consumers know and trust, is our verifying third party for animal care. Their documented audits cover every single step of the raising process, from hatching to raising to harvesting.


1 ASPCA, Results from a Recent Survey of American Consumers memo, June 2016, https://www.aspca.org/sites/default/files/publicmemo_aspca_labeling_fi_rev1_0629716.pdf
2 Datassential, “The New Healthy,” 2016
3 Technomic Premium Chicken and Turkey Chef and Culinary Trained Management Attitudes, July 2018