Bigelow Agrees Tea Should Be Cruelty-Free

Published by PETA.

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R.C. Bigelow is the latest tea company to agree to be a teatotaler, signing PETA’s Statement of Assurance that it doesn’t conduct or fund any animal testing of its teas. Bigelow is one of the leading tea manufacturers in the U.S., producing America’s number one specialty flavor, “Constant Comment.”

The constant comment now is how cool and progressive Bigelow is. It joins a varietea of other well-known brands which are sweeteas for animals—such as Honest Tea, Snapple, Luzianne Tea, and Lipton

Written by Michelle Sherrow

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