Deadly Algae Toxin Tests on Mice Stopped

October 2008

PETA spent months providing Simplexity Health–an Oregon-based nutritional-supplement manufacturer–with information on humane non-animal testing methods. As a result, the company agreed to stop needlessly injecting mice with deadly toxins that cause the animals to convulse in pain. Simplexity Health has now adopted a permanent ban on all animal testing for its “Super Blue Green Algae” products.

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