Animal rights advocates praised Burger King for its new commitment to begin buying eggs and pork from suppliers that do not keep their animals in cages or crates.
'We certainly hope that people will order the BK Veggie Burger when they go into Burger King,' said Matt Prescott, spokesman for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. 'But the fact that Burger King has made positive changes for some of the animals killed for its restaurants will send a ripple effect through the fast food industry and show other companies that animal welfare cannot be ignored.'
Hee. "Don't eat burgers. But if you do, eat them at Burger King."