Most of the chicken in your grocery store lived lives that were nasty, brutish and short. In order to maximize profits, chickens destined for the dinner plate live in cages as only as wide as a standard piece of typing paper. When it’s time for them to be slaughtered, hundreds or even thousands of cages are crammed into a truck. The chickens on the bottom layers often die from the sheer amount of feces raining down on them from the upper layers. This contaminates the meat. Raw or undercooked chicken meat often tests positive for salmonella or other bacteria.
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