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U.S. Next Target In Cruelty Free’s Crusade For Global Animal-Test Ban

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Cruelty Free International calls on FDA to follow the EU’s example and ban animal testing for cosmetic products and ingredients. The group has launched a new campaign to generate support among American consumers while inviting visitors to its website to sign a global pledge to end cosmetic animal testing worldwide.

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