By Donny Moss
In March, several hundred people came together in Berkeley, California, for the annual Conscious Eating Conference hosted by United Poultry Concerns. Throughout the day, advocates, authors and philosophers from around the country made presentations about the ethics of eating and how food choices impact animals, human health and the planet.
The David Brower Center in Berkeley was filled to capacity with several hundred attendees.
Hope Bohanec of United Poultry Concerns
During the breaks, attendees visited the booths of animal advocacy groups, animal sanctuaries, authors and vegan companies.
United Poultry Concerns' 2016 Conscious Eating Conference featured exhibitors from around the country
United Poultry Concerns is a national advocacy group that “promotes the compassionate and respectful treatment of domestic fowl.” To learn more about UPC and to support their work, please visit their website at www.upc-online.org.
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The entire Conscious Eating Conference will soon be available online.