‘”Zombie chicken” animal welfare ad: Does Dutch video viral campaign make you think twice about eating chicken?’

Posted on June 30, 2012

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Yesterday (29th June), an item was posted on mirror.co.uk titled ‘”Zombie chicken” animal welfare ad: Does Dutch video viral campaign make you think twice about eating chicken?’.

‘… 25 second clip shows chicken breasts, thighs and legs escape their packaging and reassemble into a scraggy carcass –

A Dutch animal welfare organisation has released a hard-hitting viral showing cuts of meat reforming into a scraggy chicken.

The short 25 second clip shows chicken breasts, thighs and legs escape their packaging and reassemble into a carcass in a jerky stop-motion fashion …

A final image of the reunited body parts superimposed with a worse for wear-looking hen is designed to illustrate how supermarket cuts may not illustrate the meat’s full story.

Claiming that a pound of meat is not just a special offer in a supermarket but a pound of an animal’s flesh, Wakker Dier’s controversial ad has divided observers on YouTube over the issue of factory farming …

What do you think?

And does the viral ad make you think twice about the way you consume chicken? …’

Read the item in full, view video and add your comment online at www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/video-does-zombie-chicken-animal-welfare-945490

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