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Symrise Develops Testing Alternative From Piggies Going To Meat Market

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Symrise's ex-vivo pig-skin-based animal testing alternative under development could benefit "the entire international cosmetic industry," the flavors and fragrances developer says

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