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Cruelty Free Optimistic About Legal Opinion On EU's Marketing Ban

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Cosmetics launching to the EU market must be substantiated for safety, and that assessment could not rely on new animal tests conducted to comply with REACH or Chinese regulations or for any other reason if a European court takes its lead advisor's recommendation. Cruelty Free International would see that as a win, even if the marketing ban for animal-tested ingredients ends up being something less than initially thought.

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