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Shoot: Activists Shut Down Whiskas’ Factory in New Zealand

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Greenpeace New Zealand activists shut down the heart of cat food giant Whiskas’ Australasian operations, after Mars confirmed to the organisation that it sources tuna from Thai Union, a seafood company that has been connected to slavery and destructive fishing methods.
Six activists chained themselves to a Greenpeace truck, branded with the Thai Union logo, blockading the entrance to Whiskas’ cat food factory in Whanganui, New Zealand. The factory churns out over half a million pouches every day. Activists are hanging a 14-metre banner reading ‘Stop Bad Tuna’ on the side of the heavily branded building and have turned the company’s 2-metre high Whiskas cats into ‘cativists’, giving them protest placards.
Activists Shut Down Whiskas’ Factory in New Zealand - Web Video
19 May, 2016
Activists Shut Down Whiskas’ Factory in New Zealand - Web Video
Activists Shut Down Whiskas’ Factory in New Zealand - Web Video
19 May, 2016
Activists Shut Down Whiskas’ Factory in New Zealand - Web Video
Activists Shut Down Whiskas’ Factory in New Zealand - News Access
19 May, 2016
Activists Shut Down Whiskas’ Factory in New Zealand - News Access
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