The UK spends millions of pounds every week on household products, with supermarket shelves and kitchen cupboards dominated by products from a small number of multinational giant manufacturers. They come in attractive packaging, they smell nice and the …
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Anyone who wishes to sell new cosmetics or toiletries and ingredients in the EU, must not test them on animals anywhere in the world but companies can still carry on testing on animals for cosmetics sold outside the EU. Download (PDF, 186KB)
Household products sold in the UK contain individual chemical ingredients that have been tested on animals at home or abroad – a fact the vast majority of the UK general public is completely unaware of.
OneKind welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Home Office consultation on options for the transposition of European Directive 2010/63/EU on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes into UK legislation. Download (PDF, 643KB)