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French startup Suprême is producing an ethical and cruelty-free version of foie gras. The company’s version of the French pâté classic is made from cells extracted from a duck egg; these cells are then grown by “feeding” them basic nutrients and adjusting the levels of “good fats.” Suprême claims on its website that the result […]
International cosmetics brand Lush just removed eggs from all of its beauty products. Egg is no joke – or “no yolk” – as Lush says. More than ever, consumers are choosing to go without the animal product due to its impact on the planet, human health, and the animals involved in the industry. Listening to […]
Procter & Gamble, one of the world’s top cosmetics brands, wants to end global cosmetic animal testing by 2023. The global consumer goods giant announced today that it joined the #BeCrueltyFree campaign launched by animal rights nonprofit, Humane Society International (HSI). Procter & Gamble owns a total of 19 cosmetics companies, including Olay, Old Spice, […]
Your favorite ’90s shampoo brand just stopped testing on animals. Herbal Essences, owned by major consumer goods brand Procter & Gamble, will no longer conduct tests on animals for its products. Although it’s sold in China, international animal rights organization PETA (People for the Ethical treatment of Animals) notes that the company has worked within […]
In a milestone victory for animal rights activists around the world, Los Angeles is now the largest city in the U.S. to ban the sale of fur. The new ordinance, backed today by the City Council, as reported by the LA Times. The Tuesday vote was not unanimous, so the law will come back to […]
Cruelty-free cosmetics retailer Lush has launched vegan protein shampoos made with chickpea juice, also called aquafaba. Aquafaba is the dense liquid that chickpeas have been cooked in. It’s naturally full of protein and saponin and shares many properties with egg white, particularly its ability to thicken blends, meaning it can be used as an alternative […]

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