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Investigations by Consumer Reports and the Open Philanthropy Project (and others) reveal that humane-sounding labels and certifications are largely meaningless, as shown below. In general, these investigations reveal that the standards are weak and unenforced, audits and inspections are rarely done, and if they are done and violations are found, which is infrequent, no one gets fined.[1][2]

  1. Consumer Reports “Labels.” Greener Choices (blog). Accessed July 6, 2019.
  2. Global Animal Partnership.” Open Philanthropy Project, March 26, 2016.