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November 16, 2015
JBS, owner of SEARA, Brazil’s second largest pork producer and the world’s largest animal processing company, announced it will completely phase out of the use of gestation crates to confine breeding sows. The company will transition to group housing systems for breeding sows in its entire supply chain by 2025.
November 10, 2015
BioMed21 is a global initiative led by Humane Society International to re-orient research funding away from outdated and failing animal methods and towards human biology-based methods worldwide.
October 16, 2015
Brazilian celebrity Cleo Pires joins HSI this World Food Day in inviting consumers to make more compassionate food choices by saying no to eggs produced by hens confined to battery cages.
October 15, 2015
HSI applauded Brazil’s health agency, ANVISA, for committing to remove a redundant and scientifically unnecessary one-year dog study from its safety testing requirements for pesticides. As the world’s largest market for agricultural and other pesticide chemicals, this move by Brazil marks the beginning of the end of this controversial animal test globally.
September 24, 2015
#BeCrueltyFree Brazil Welcomes Proposal to Create Air-Tight Ban on Cosmetics Animal Testing in Brazil
Senator Cristovam Buarque’s proposal of vital amendments to Bill 70/2014 could close the book once and for all on animal testing for cosmetics.