Use our form to send this letter to Moe's Southwest Grill President Bruce Schroder:
Imagine being trapped in a body that forced you to grow so unnaturally large, you could barely support your own weight. You may develop painful leg deformities and severe respiratory problems. And then imagine you’re packed into a crowded, dimly-lit shed with nothing to do, and no natural light.
Sadly, that’s the reality for millions of chickens in the Moe’s Southwest Grill supply chain. And the result is more animal suffering, and food that’s higher in fat and lower in protein.
Moe’s calls their chicken "all natural" and "honestly awesome." But there’s nothing natural (or awesome) about factory farming.
Let them know this deception cannot stand.
We’re calling on Moe’s to switch to healthier chicken breeds who are offered more space, sunlight, and enrichment to encourage natural behaviors.
A 2016 Harris poll named Moe’s the "Fast Casual Mexican Restaurant of the Year," ahead of Chipotle Mexican Grill, thanks to popularity among fans. But consumers don’t want their burrito with a side of suffering.
Use our form to petition Moe’s to change their chicken.
Recently, Subway‒the largest fast food chain in the country‒made a commitment to improve the lives of chickens in their supply chain. And so have other major restaurants like Chipotle, Panera, TGI Fridays, Qdoba, Jack in the Box, and Burger King.
Please tell Moe’s: there’s nothing natural about factory farming. Chickens deserve better!