American RadioWorks: McDonald's New Farm McDonald's executives say they might never have adopted animal welfare guidelines if they hadn't met Temple Grandin. The unlikely partnership between a global fast food giant and a woman with autism is prompting the entire U.S. food industry to make "animal welfare" a major issue. For All Things Considered and American RadioWorks, Daniel Zwerdling reports.
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American RadioWorks: McDonald's New Farm

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American RadioWorks: McDonald's New Farm

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McDonald's executives say they might never have adopted animal welfare guidelines if they hadn't met Temple Grandin. The unlikely partnership between a global fast food giant and a woman with autism is prompting the entire U.S. food industry to make "animal welfare" a major issue. For All Things Considered and American RadioWorks, Daniel Zwerdling reports.