Posted on 14 December 2012 by Charles Yarbrough
As sales of dairy products in the U.S. continue to plummet, PETA is hoping to keep the nasty white stuff off consumers’ shopping lists by
re-releasing its ads that parody the “Got Milk?” campaign, with phrases such as “Got Prostate Cancer?,” “Got Veal?,” “Got Zits?,” and
“Got Sick Kids?” that highlight the health risks and cruelty to animals associated with the dairy industry. All the ads are available
here on PETA’s blog.
“It’s no surprise that sales of dairy products are at an all-time low, given the adverse health effects of a product full of calories and
cholesterol that is meant to grow hefty baby cows,” says PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk. “If PETA’s ads get people thinking about
how cows live in mud and muck-filled pens and have their calves taken
away from them, that’s terrific.”
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