Idaho students demand Starbucks offer ‘free’ vegan milk that ‘doesn’t support animal abuse’

Idaho students demand Starbucks offer ‘free’ vegan milk that ‘doesn’t support animal abuse’
Cows, the business end. Social media

[Ed. – Milking a cow is abuse? Are they unaware that, as mammals, cows are naturally include to nurse their calves?]

Students from the University of Idaho staged a sit-in at a local Starbucks Wednesday, protesting the coffee chain for “penalizing” people who want non-dairy milk options.

The sponsoring organization, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), cheered the students as they filled the coffee house.

Sit-in leader and Local Herbivore President Kaylee Carr spoke with Campus Reform, saying that “wanted to peacefully raise awareness about the fact that Starbucks is penalizing people for choosing a healthier drink option that doesn’t support animal abuse and is better for the environment by charging extra for plant-based milk options.

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“We are urging Starbucks to stop charging extra for vegan milks because Starbucks shouldn’t be penalizing people for choosing a healthier option that doesn’t support animal abuse and is better for the environment,” she continued.

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