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The Body Shop Welcomes China's Plan To Adopt Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Policy

November 8, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Beauty retailer The Body Shop said it welcomes reports that China is planning to revise its policies regarding testing for cosmetics manufactured in the country. Among the first cosmetics companies to campaign against animal testing for cosmetics, The Body Shop began its advocacy for cruelty-free cosmetics in 1989, becoming the first industry leader to lend its voice to the movement. In 1996, The Body Shop founder Anita Roddick joined Cruelty Free International’s founding organization BUAV.
"The Body Shop Welcomes the News Reports that The Chinese Food and Drug Administration will Adopt a New Approach to Animal Testing for Cosmetic Products ", PRNewswire , November 08, 2013, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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