Swiss Market for Meat from Animal-Friendly Production – Responses of Public and Private Actors in Switzerland

@article{Phanhuy2003SwissMF,
  title={Swiss Market for Meat from Animal-Friendly Production – Responses of Public and Private Actors in Switzerland},
  author={Sibyl Anwander Phan-huy and R. Fawaz},
  journal={Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics},
  year={2003},
  volume={16},
  pages={119-136}
}
Animal welfare is an importantsocietal issue in Switzerland. Policy makershave responded with a strict legislation onanimal protection and with two programs topromote animal friendly husbandry. Alsoprivate actors in the meat industry initiatedprograms for animal friendly meat productionto meet consumers' expectations. Labeled meathas a market share of over 20%. Depending onthe stakeholders responsible for the labels,their objectives vary. While retailers want toattract consumers with meat… 
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