THIS is the shocking moment a gang of militant Vegans stormed an grocery store to protest cuts of “ethical” steak.
The HISBE sustainable food shop vows to only work with farmers that “respect” their animals – and says it only sells “happy” meat.
But the supermarket – in Brighton, East Sussex – was targeted by a throng of vegan protesters over the weekend.
The meatless mob accused the business of “false advertising” on the basis that no farm animals are “happy”.
Protesters ‘shouted’ through megaphones, chanted vegan slogans and conducted speeches outside the shop while others stood holding signs in the shop’s meat and dairy sections.
A DxE activist at the demonstration said: “Don’t be gullible – there’s no such thing as ‘happy’ meat, milk or eggs.
“These farms aren’t ethical, they are places were animals are bred to be profited from and murdered.
“Free range and local are labels that make people feel more comfortable about animal exploitation and murder but there is nothing ethical about farming and killing animals.
Shop owner Ruth Anslow said: “Their statements are completely false.
“We passionately oppose factory farming and encourage people to consume less, better quality meat.
“We are committed to ethics-led sourcing and, to us, this means we sell local and high-welfare meat, eggs and dairy products.
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