Matt Prescott doesn’t work in the foodservice industry, but in the past few months he’s been a force behind major policy decisions at three of the industry’s largest quick-service chains.As assistant director of factory farming campaigns for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, the Norfolk, Va.-based advocacy group, Prescott works with restaurant company executives, meat suppliers and grocers to encourage initiatives that promote animal welfare. The latest such ...
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