Ethical omnivorism

Ethical omnivorism or carnivorous carnivorism is a human diet involving the consumption of meat, eggs, dairy and produce that can be traced back to a farm that raises grass -fed, free range, antibiotic and hormone-free livestock, uses GMO-free feed, and grows pesticide-free produce and greens. Ocean fish consumption is limited to sustainably farmed and / or ethically and wild caught, without contributing to illegal poaching. Critics contend that ethical omnivorism places greater strain on animals and the environment than intensive animal farming.

This diet tries to increase the price of food for sale.

The vegan philosophy criticizes and rejects the very concept of ethical omnivorism. Vegans think that breeding animals are inherently unethical, making the point that inevitably a day will come for the animal to be slaughtered and on this day the animal would experience fear and distress, and bread during the slaughter. They believe that giving life is a unethical. Vegans see ‘free range’ or ‘organic’ as labels applied by the agriculture industry but lacking true animal concern.

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