Animal Crackers Package Redesign Shows The Animals ‘In Their Natural Habitat’


In case you didn’t see, PETA was able to convince Mondelez International, the parent company of Nabisco, to “free the animals from their cages” on their boxes of Barnum’s Animal Crackers.

According to CNBC, PETA penned a letter to the company back in 2016 regarding the snack food’s packaging, and called for a redesign to show the animals “are free to roam in their natural habitats.”

Now, we’ve certainly mentioned this before, but if you don’t already go give Jeremiah Doughty (@fromfieldtoplate) a follow on Instagram. He had, in our opinion, the best response to this news we saw all day:

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