Animals Used for Experimentation

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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HUGE News! Cosmetics Regulations in China Just Got More Animal-Friendly

The Chinese government just announced that it has created a new pathway for cruelty-free cosmetics in China.

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Victory! Animals Spared Deadly Tests in Taiwan After PETA Appeal

This landmark move, which will spare countless animals’ lives, follows PETA’s recommendation that the agency accept animal-free test methods.

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Victory! Taiwan Drops Drowning, Electric Shock Tests on Animals

The Taiwan FDA will drop drowning and electric shock tests on animals in its draft regulation for marketing anti-fatigue health food claims.

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Victory! Chocolatier Barry Callebaut Bans Tests on Animals

A sweet victory for animals! Swiss chocolatier Barry Callebaut has banned experiments on animals.

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Scientists Worldwide Work to Develop COVID-19 Vaccine Using Non-Animal Tests

Given the scale and seriousness of this pandemic, researchers can’t afford to waste time conducting useless tests on animals.

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Progress! Avon Products, Inc., Takes Steps Toward Becoming Cruelty-Free

Avon Products, Inc., is taking exciting steps to prevent sensitive rabbits, guinea pigs, mice, rats, and other animals from enduring excruciating tests.

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Photos: PETA ‘Rat’ Urges MSG Flavor Giant Ajinomoto to End Horrific Tests on Dogs and Other Animals

Ajinomoto—the world’s largest manufacturer of MSG—has been tormenting thousands of dogs, pigs, rats, and other animals in horrific experiments.

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New Cosmetics Testing Regs in China Could Spare Thousands of Animals

PETA exposed them. Now, new regulations drafted by the Chinese government represent a huge step forward in banning senseless, cruel animal tests for cosmetics.

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