Does Pepto-Bismol really support Animal Rights?
Pepto-Bismol is owned by Procter & Gamble
Procter & Gamble has a history of opposing animal rights. In 2000, the company contributed $100,000 to the campaign against a ballot measure in Florida that would have banned cruel methods of killing animals used in research. The company also funds the research organization the Foundation for Biomedical Research, which supports animal testing.
Procter & Gamble buys Tula skincare
Procter & Gamble is to purchase skincare and wellness brand Tula as it moves to expand its portfolio of prestige beauty brands.
by Inside FMCG
Warning! This company DOES test on animals.
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