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Chicken Disease And Worldwide Boycott Cause KFC Profits To Drop 70%

category international | animal rights | news report author Thursday October 10, 2013 15:41author by Chicken Rights - IAC Report this post to the editors

Boycotts gather mass

Disease, boycott, health inspections are some factors in the decline in KFC sales and profits

KFC Boycott And Chicken Disease Cause Owner Profits To Drop 70%

Chinese outlets are three quarters of KFC business. A number of factors
have caused the drop in profits at Yum Foods of Louisville Kentucky in the US
which owns Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and other chains.

One is the worldwide boycott of KFC for unnecessarily brutal methods of slaughter in its suppliers.

Second is the outbreak of salmonella and of avian flu in the US, China and elsewhere.

In the US a number of Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets have closed permanently because of declining sales and in some cases health
inspection problems.

http://vegans.frommars.org/ireland/
http://veganireland.vegaplanet.org/
http://www.freewebs.com/associationofhuntsaboteurs/inde...x.htm
http://www.afarireland.org/
http://www.dspca.ie/

Chicken Disease In China

http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/19/world/asia/china-bird-flu....html

China is three quarters of KFC business.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-01-26/mcdonald-s-no-....html

Salmonella outbreak in 18 US states caused by poultry

http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-foster-farms-salm...story

Boycott of KFC

http://kfccruelty.com

http:///mercyforanimals.org/hatchery chick males crushed to death in US machine

NPR said 70% drop.. AP said 68%. Yum Foods is the largest food conglomerate

in the world, last time we checked, owning KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Yum Restaurants,

and other chains. It is based in Louisville Kentucky.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2013/10/08...7257/

Knock Knock Who's There? Sam n Ella Sam n Ella who? Salmonella food poisoning

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http://www.ukanimalrights.net/

Chicken Rights
- Homepage: http://www.ukanimalrights.net/

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author by fredpublication date Mon Nov 04, 2013 20:36Report this post to the editors

clearly animal cruelty is very lucrative!

Caption: awful story of factory chicken farms


 
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