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‘Warning: This package contains the dead body of someone who wanted to live’

ADRIANNA ZAPPAVIGNA: ‘Shoppers at a Woolworths in Melbourne’s St Helena copped a nasty surprise when they made their way to the meat, seafood and deli section. Stickers were slapped over packets of Primo thinly sliced chicken and other meat/dairy products, in a bid to discourage shoppers from buying them. “Warning: this package contains the dead body of someone who wanted to live,” the stickers read…

This isn’t the first time vegan activists have chosen supermarkets as their poster boards. The last time animal rights activists engaged in some sticker-vism was in January last year. Stickers were plastered on meat products at some Woolworths and Coles stores. Back then, the stickers read, “Meat consumption causes diabetes” and, “Meat consumption causes heart disease”.’ SOURCE…

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