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How to Wash One´s Hands From Animal Testing

Photo: PeTa

Photo: PeTa

When it comes to cleaning, washing, scrubbing, and polishing most people who do not want to support any animal testing have tried to find the right company for their needs. And that one company often was Seventh Generation. So the news that this company has not kept up with their promotional ads, stating they were not supporting testing on animals is a betrayal to all who meant well for the animals.

“The company has been an outspoken advocate of a number of campaigns that promote tests on animals, including its own Million Baby Crawl. Now the company has gone even further by refusing to support reforms to the Toxic Substances Control Act that would reduce the number of animals poisoned and killed in experiments.

We have tried for years to persuade Seventh Generation to pull its support for these pointless tests, but the company has stated that supporting reforms to reduce the number of cruel and painful tests on animals “is not really compatible” with its position. Now, after being contacted by angry customers, Seventh Generation is revising history by claiming that it has lobbied to “promote the development and use of viable alternatives to animal testing, with animal testing used only as a last result.” This is simply untrue.”

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