Animals Used for Experimentation

PETA Demands Ajinomoto Open their Eyes at Shareholders Meeting

PETA Shows Ajinomoto Just How Blind Its Experimenters Are

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PETA’s Least Controversial Ad Ever BANNED from Airport!

The ad, which simply read: “Visit Petra! Ride the Carts. Pet the Donkeys!”, was scheduled to greet travelers

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Victory! Kenya Airways Ends Monkey Lab Shipments Following PETA US Action

Kenya Airways has officially ended its shipments of monkeys from a Mauritius breeding farm to U.S. labs.

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PETA Victory in Taiwan Will Prevent Animals from Suffering in Tests

After talking with PETA, Uni-President Enterprises Corporation—the largest food and beverage conglomerate in Asia—has implemented a new policy banning all animal tests not explicitly required by law. Over the …

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Victory in Taiwan! Lian Hwa Foods Corp. Bans Animal Tests

Lian Hwa Foods Corp.—a popular snack food company based in Taiwan and a major supplier of foods at 7-Eleven stores there—banned animal tests not explicitly required by law.

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Photos: PETA ‘Rat’ Protests Tokyo Olympics Sponsor Ajinomoto Over Horrific Tests on Animals

Ajinomoto not only still conducts horrific tests on animals but also is an official partner of the Tokyo Olympics.

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Taiwan’s Third-Largest Health Food Company Bans Animal Tests

Progress in the global effort to end experiments on animals!

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PETA Asks Ajinomoto to Stop Cutting Up Dogs for Pointless Tests at Shareholders Meeting

As the world’s largest manufacturer of MSG, Ajinomoto has been tormenting thousands of animals in horrific and deadly experiments since the 1950s.

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TRESemmé Bans All Animal Testing Worldwide!

We have some exciting news with regard to the internet’s burning question, “Is TRESemmé cruelty-free?”

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Huge PETA Win! Taiwan Ends Drowning, Electroshock Tests on Animals

Horrific drowning and electroshock tests on countless animals will no longer be conducted in Taiwan by companies wanting to make anti-fatigue marketing claims.

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