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  1. as you can see they ARE a Proctor and Gamble company, which is one of the most evil (along with Unilever) for palm oil and the destruction of ...

    6 Answers · Food & Drink · 07/03/2014

  2. ...also test on animals. Proctor and Gamble (makers of addition to having the most annoying ... died for that company? Repulsive. ...

    5 Answers · Food & Drink · 27/03/2013

  3. ...purchase things made of animal skins. I don't buy from companies which conduct animal testing. Yes.

    6 Answers · Food & Drink · 20/07/2012

  4. ...don't buy any more. It won't help anything to throw it out, as the company already has the money for it. Don't give up and don't beat...

    3 Answers · Food & Drink · 13/08/2011

  5. .../vegetarian-living/accidentally-vegan.aspx The Physicians Committee for ... Lists of companies that do, and do not test on animals: http://www...

    4 Answers · Food & Drink · 04/08/2011

  6. ... about it. There's no way you can prove the worm was in the can when you opened it. You're dealing with Proctor and Gamble here, a really big company with lot of lawyers who will drag this thing through court for years...

    12 Answers · Food & Drink · 10/01/2011

  7. ... own supply then use it to filter your own water. By the way, the water company tests it's water on animal too to make sure that the chlorine and fluoride content...

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 29/09/2010

  8. ... suggestion. Most have a fairly large selection (albeit more pricey than the P&G, etc. alternatives) of personal health/grooming and...

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 17/09/2010

  9. ...wool. If you really want to know and are worried about it, email the company and ask if the product contains ingredients derived from...

    2 Answers · Food & Drink · 28/08/2010

  10. Sadly, it's a WHOLE lot easier to list the companies that don't test on animals.

    6 Answers · Food & Drink · 16/08/2010

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