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A PETA eyewitness exposé of a former Canada Goose down supplier reveals that workers rounded up panicked geese, grabbing and carrying them by the neck, as they struggled with their entire weight hanging from their necks, and crammed them into densely packed cages for transport to slaughter. After a trip from the farm to the slaughterhouse lasting over five hours, the geese watched, terrified, as others right in front of them were shackled and killed—until it was their turn. While Canada Goose insists that it no longer used this farm to source its feathers at the time of the investigation, the treatment of animals uncovered should cause great concern and reveals that there’s absolutely no such thing as ethical down—despite what Canada Goose claims. The best way to help geese suffering right now is not to buy anything containing down. Canada Goose could easily ditch down today—urge the company to do just that!

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