PETA urges all food-eaters to stop and think about their dining habits and stop eating at establishments where meat is used in their dishes.
PETA, the global animal rights group, issued the statement on Monday after it received reports of people using beef in some of their dishes and at restaurants across the country.
It is urging people to think carefully about whether their dining experience is safe and ethical.
The statement says: “PETA urges you to take a step back and consider whether your dining experience at a restaurant or bar or restaurant is safe, ethical, and respectful of animals.
The organization said it is working with restaurants to determine what is acceptable in their food. “
People need to ask themselves if their dining experiences at these restaurants are ethical and respectful, and if they are.”
The organization said it is working with restaurants to determine what is acceptable in their food.
It also asked consumers to contact their local PETA office.
“In a time of great cruelty, it’s important to ask yourself if the food you are eating is safe,” Myers said.
“Are these people not human?”
He added that if people are going to eat meat, it needs to be humanely raised and prepared.
“You’re making a big mistake when you eat at these places and then when you go to a restaurant and eat at a meatless restaurant, you’re not only eating at the plate, but you’re also taking a giant risk that this product may be tainted,” Myers added.
The PETA statement also says it is not surprised by the use of meat in traditional Mexican cooking.
It said that in Mexico, the country with the world’s largest meat-producing industry, the use and slaughter of animals is illegal, and that the meat industry is the largest employer in the country and has been for many years.
“Mexico’s food industry is dominated by the slaughter of hundreds of millions of animals each year, often on private farms,” the statement says.
“It is also an industry that continues to abuse animals for the meat, and it is a problem that affects the health of everyone who eats meat.”
PETA has been calling on meat eaters to consider eating meat-free and vegetarian dishes for years, and has warned against the use in certain places, including restaurants and bars.
“There is no reason to think that eating meat will be any different,” Myers explained.
“If you have a restaurant where there is a butchering operation, or if you have some restaurant where you can eat at the table, and you eat a meat-filled plate of steak, or you eat it at the bar and you are not a vegetarian, you are going into a place that is going to be unsafe and unsafe for animals.”
PZ, who is also president of the Humane Society of the United States, said PETA was concerned about people eating at “the table” with meat and that PETA would be working with them to identify restaurants where the use was not acceptable.
The group also said people should call the local PTA office if they think they may have been at a bar or steakhouse where meat-eating was allowed.