Meat Free Zone
Woodstock Animal Rights Movement
A Store For Life
P. O. Box 746
Comments by Danielle Archer - 30 Nov 2002
Dear Andy and Jerry,
I just wanted to thank you for sending out a MFZ kit all the way to Australia. I just received it a couple of days ago.
I'll be sending along a donation shortly to help with your great cause! It's taking a while to send it because I want to send you some photos of how I've used the kit and I just want to finish the roll of film first. My house is on a high position in the street and the large sign is in the front window, you cant miss it - looks awesome!
I produce and present an animal rights radio programme in Sydney and I will certainly be spreading the word about you guys!
Thank you very much!
Gladesville, Sydney, Australia
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The Meat Free Zone (MFZ) campaign is intended to make the MeatFreeZone logo as recognizable a symbol as the "Smoke Free Zone". The idea was originally conceived when The WARM Store in Woodstock, NY, was in operation throughout the '90's (Woodstock Animal Rights Movement). The store was truly a meat free zone as it was the first cruelty-free, Vegan, socially conscious animal rights store in the United States. Now that the Vegan and Vegetarian movements have been growing so rapidly, more and more people are showing concern about the food in their diet and their overall health and nutrition. Many people are giving up eating fish, chicken, beef, pork (pigs ), dairy (milk, cheese, yogurt, ice cream) and eggs. Headlines of Mad Cow disease, E-coli and salmonella are in the news with greater frequency. Vegan and vegetarian recipe cookbooks are standard now in all bookstores and many restaurants have added Vegan and Vegetarian options to their menus. We hope you will help us with the Meat Free Zone campaign by putting the signs up in your homes and workplaces and by spreading them to all the vegetarian and vegan restaurants that you know and frequent. And someday we will have true "meat free zones" in establishments that serve meat.
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