Gabriella Ditton, 29, and Gemma Barnes, 33, were among nine persons summoned to Wycombe Magistrates Court on May 9 for their involvement in a demonstration at the Arla Foods dairy in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
On September 4, last year, groups of Animal Rebellion activists with banners calling for a “plant-based food system” halted and climbed aboard business trucks outside the facility.
According to Thames Valley Police, 23 persons were arrested.
Both Ditton of Silver Road and Barnes of Old Library Mews are accused of hindering or disturbing legal conduct.
The demonstration was part of a series of demonstrations outside four food manufacturing plants, including another Arla facility in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, and Muller operations in Droitwich and Bridgwater.
Animal Rebellion, which accused the corporations of failing to address the “climate crisis,” said at the time that its activists had also deflated truck tyres, filled pipelines with expanding foam, climbed milk silos, and infiltrated the sites’ loading bays.