Every year, countless guinea
pigs, mice and other animals are hurt and killed in archaic and ineffective
product tests for cleaners, detergents and other household items.
The Home Secretary of the UK government proposed
a ban on household-product testing in 2011, and the UK has announced that it is
consulting with companies, trade bodies and other interested parties to confirm
a working proposal. In Israel, testing household products on animals is banned
and, as of 1 January 2013, the sale and import of cosmetics and cleaning
materials tested on animals is also illegal.
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