European Commission accused of taking too long to add non-animal cosmetics tests

Humane testing methods are taking up to 16 years to be acknowledged, says Cruelty Free International

The European Commission has been accused of taking too long to validate alternative cosmetics testing methods that do not involve animals, in a new complaint by Cruelty Free International.

Complaining to the European Ombudsman, the organisation noted the long delays in . . .

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