Four Food and Beverage Companies End Animal Tests

Within a few days of each other, four major food and beverage companies agreed to end their cruel and pointless experiments on animals after conversations with PETA. Tokyo-based Toyo Suisan Kaisha, Ltd.—the corporate owner of Maruchan, the largest North American producer of instant ramen noodles—was the first to do so. It was followed by international food-processing company Satake Corporation; leading beverage company Suntory Holdings, Ltd.—whose brands include Jim Beam—and Nissin Foods Holdings Co., Ltd., which owns Top Ramen, the largest instant-ramen brand with vegetarian flavors in the U.S.

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