Animals set free on Nabisco animal crackers box after PETA complains

The animals are now roaming free on boxes of Nabisco's Barnum's Animals Crackers.

Since 1902, boxes of Barnum's Animals Crackers have pictured tigers, giraffes and zebras behind bars in circus cages on its packaging.

But now Nabisco parent, Deerfield, Illinois-based Mondelez International (Nasdaq: MDLZ), has removed the cages, and the animals are pictured roaming free.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals had protested the cages depicted on the boxes, and the group sent a letter to Mondelez…

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