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No Time For Complacency: Cruelty Free Remains Active Post-Testing Ban

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Cruelty Free International will push for “proper interpretation” and enforcement of the EU’s cosmetic animal-testing ban, which went into effect in March, and petition authorities for greater transparency around firms’ compliance and related oversight activities.

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