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SANDERSON FARMS CHICKEN was wrong - it was not “ALL NATURAL” - YOU paid way more for deceptive ADVERTISING

Stephanie LairComment

UPDATE APRIL 2019: YOUR VOICE NEEDED TODAY!

A LITIGATION CLAIMING SANDERSON FARMS HAS FALSELY ADVERTISED ITS CHICKENS TO BE “ALL NATURAL” – WHEN THEY ACTUALLY USED MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF ANTIBIOTICS FOR YEARS - HAS BEEN FILED.

PROTECT YOUR FAMILY - MAJOR CHICKEN PRODUCER FEEDING YOU ANTIBIOTICS AND LYING TO YOU -FALSELY ADVERTISING THEIR CHICKENS AS “ALL NATURAL”.


ALL YEAR LONG, Chicken & Turkey dinners are being planned, bought and eaten! And whether you’re hosting or being hosted you expect to get what you buy- “All Natural”, “Thoughtfully Raised”, “good”, “clean”, and “wholesome” food.

Sanderson Farms Used Antibiotics On ALL their Chickens and hid that from you!

Sanderson Farms Used Antibiotics On ALL their Chickens and hid that from you!

To ensure that, you read and trust the labels on your food and choose to spend more for the “good stuff” – like “All Natural”, “organic”, “thoughtfully raised”, and/or “free range” poultry. The advertising shows green fields with happy, healthy birds so they must be better than the other guys right? Not to mention the steep price of up to 15-times more than the non-organic, non-thoughtfully raised, non-free range chickens.

 Some Chicken and Turkey producers may say that their birds are all natural, organic, thoughtfully raised, and range grown, but a current lawsuit in California against one producer alleges that the company has been falsely advertising their products, misleading consumers into paying top dollar for birds that are raised in similar conditions as their lower priced competitors.

Another major lawsuit is on file against Sanderson Farms over deceptively advertising that their chicken meat is “All Natural” - when it is not…

You may have been duped into spending extra in hopes of feeding your family and friends the best quality chicken & turkey. Or duped into paying more because you thought the chicken or turkey had a better life or was produced with sustainable farming practices. Fill out the form below to share your thoughts, experience, and to be kept in the loop!

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