Category: Product Testing
Victory for animals! Standard Foods Group, PepsiCo’s Quaker Oats Partner in Taiwan, has issued a historic ban on animal testing after hearing from PETA.
Chemicals are still being applied to live rabbits’ eyes in cruel pesticide experiments, but PETA scientists are challenging the status quo.
It’s moving viewers to tears—and action. Experience PETA’s bold new exhibit and see nearly 200 stories about animals used in experiments.
2020 may have blown chunks, but PETA gutted animal testing like never before! Relive 20 of our favorite victories from this year that saved millions of animals.
This new regulation will save so many animals’ lives! Learn more about PETA’s work with foreign countries to end pointless experiments on animals.
Good news: The Environmental Protection Agency is reducing pesticide testing on animals! Find out how you can help end more cruel tests.
One year ago today, the EPA committed to ending toxicity experiments on mammals. How much has changed since then?
New regulations are expected to allow many more products to be sold in China without any animal testing. Find out how PETA is involved and what it means for consumers.
In a groundbreaking decision, PETA pushed the Taiwan FDA to drop drowning and electric shock tests on animals in its draft regulation for marketing anti-fatigue health food claims.
Barry Callebaut, the “world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate,” nixes cruel and deadly animal tests after hearing from PETA and our affiliates.
Do good, feel good, smell good—achieve it all with PETA’s latest Beauty Without Bunnies list addition: Secret deodorant.
As animals are commonly used and killed in inhalation tests, the exciting development of this 3-D lung model has the potential to save tens of thousands of lives.
Federal documents reveal chronic violations of minimum animal welfare standards at the taxpayer-funded National Institutes of Health.
The bill comes in the wake of PETA’s release of disturbing video footage taken at a facility in Cumberland, Virginia, that breeds beagles for experimentation.
PETA scientists know that education and training are some of the best ways to get animals out of laboratories.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind