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Justice requires that we not choose to consume things that contain the body parts of exploited persons—human or nonhuman—whenever we do have a choice.
Bloomberg reports that the introduction of “vegan ranges” is at least partially responsible for improving Tesco’s finances.
Never mind the fact that exploiting an animal is immoral regardless of the scale of that exploitation, the size of the animal being exploited also isn’t up for debate.
To capitalize on a tragic incident like this, creating the narrative of a militant extremist for the sake of page views instead of reporting the facts, is irresponsible journalism.
There’s no way to justify the use of animals in some practices while condemning the use of animals fur their fur.
Full-time non-vegan might suit you better if you insist on a label.