July 18, 2018 - Fashionista
One need only glance over the list of brands, retailers and publications that have sworn not to use fur of late to know that the tide is very much turning in favor of animal rights. And it's not just fashion that's catching the bug: Beauty is moving away from cosmetics that have been tested on animals at a steady clip, too.
GruntVegan: To be cruelty-free and vegan means that the product, in its final form or at any stage of development was not tested on animals AND it does not contain any animal ingredients and by-products. Cruelty-free alone, does not imply vegan.
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July 16, 2018 - Food Safety NewsPublic overwhelmingly favors term 'lab-grown' over 'clean' meat
July 16, 2018 - CNN TechWeWork is banning meat
July 11, 2018 - Inquirer.netAnimals still a draw, despite shrinking crowds, says Chinese circus