End Lab Testing with Beagle Freedom Project

January 18, 2021

Our newest rescue roast collaboration is here, and we think it could be our most impactful partnership to date. It's estimated that over 67,000 dogs are used for laboratory testing or research in the United States each year. Because of their docile and forgiving nature, beagles make up the overwhelming majority of these pups. This is why the Beagle Freedom Project was founded.

Their mission is to rescue & re-home these animals from caged cruelty, while also advocating for an end to the inhumane treatment of laboratory animals. This month, we're proud to partner with the Beagle Freedom Project for our Rescue Roast Program. Through February 28th, 100% of the profits from Rescue Roast will go to Beagle Freedom Project and their efforts to end laboratory animal testing.

Support this incredible organization and their life saving work with every purchase of Rescue Roast for the next six weeks! 


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