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Helping Animals in Labs

HSI's Be Cruelty-Free campaign is working to end animal testing for cosmetics in Brazil and worldwide.

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  • January 12, 2018

    J. Macêdo commits to sourcing exclusively cage-free eggs

    J. Macêdo, which owns the Brazilian pasta brands Petybon and Brandini, has committed to sourcing exclusively cage-free eggs throughout its supply chain by 2025. This policy follows discussions with HSI and other animal protection organizations.

  • December 13, 2017

    State of Rio de Janeiro becomes first in Americas to enact comprehensive ban on animal testing for cosmetics

    HSI applauded the Rio de Janeiro State Assembly for adopting the first law in Brazil and the Americas banning both the testing of cosmetics products and ingredients on animals as well as the sales of cosmetics newly tested on animals. The bill includes heavy fines and a suspension of a license to operate for those breaching the law.

  • December 13, 2017



  • November 27, 2017

    Brazilian food industry leaders meet to discuss animal welfare

    HSl hosted Brazil’s first corporate animal welfare roundtable that brought together food industry leaders to discuss the cage-free egg movement in the country. In recent years, egg-laying hen welfare has become a priority corporate social responsibility issue for the food industry, with dozens of food companies committing to sourcing exclusively cage-free eggs.

  • November 27, 2017

    Grupo Ráscal se compromete a comprar exclusivamente ovos livres de gaiolas

    O Grupo Ráscal, uma rede de restaurantes de alto padrão, que opera os restaurantes Ráscal, Cortés e Tuju, comprometeu-se a comprar exclusivamente ovos livres de gaiolas em toda a sua cadeia de abastecimento a partir de 2025.

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