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#1 Old 08-11-2015, 07:36 AM
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Vegan friendly companies

While I'm a vegetarian and not a vegan. I dont use products that are tested on animals. I think it would be good to make a list of companies that don't test on animals. I already found a few.

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Electric Body - http://www.electricbody.com/

Maple Holistics - https://www.mapleholistics.com/free-products/


Happy Dog Food - http://www.happydogfood.com/



Anyone know any more companies?

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#2 Old 08-11-2015, 08:21 AM
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Hi all, we just started an online vegan site called VeganSupply.ca and would also love to hear about vegan friendly companies you would like to have available online or in store.

http://vegansupply.ca

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#3 Old 08-12-2015, 04:52 PM
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Your site seems really good!
To op: what about body shop?
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Your site seems really good!
To op: what about body shop?
They quote themselves as 100% vegetarian. They are cruelty free but use honey, beeswax, etc. It's mostly derivatives from bees, which what I was told by an employee. Maybe some Palm oil in there.
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They quote themselves as 100% vegetarian. They are cruelty free but use honey, beeswax, etc. It's mostly derivatives from bees, which what I was told by an employee. Maybe some Palm oil in there.
What's wrong with palm oil?

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What's wrong with palm oil?
I'm sure someone has more info, but I believe there are some bad practices involved in the cultivation and harvest.
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What's wrong with palm oil?
In South America, the habitats of orangutans are being destroyed for the cultivation for Palm oil, which in turn, causes habitat displacement and sufferage. I guess it's technically vegan, but some people boycot it for that reason.
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In South America, the habitats of orangutans are being destroyed for the cultivation for Palm oil, which in turn, causes habitat displacement and sufferage. I guess it's technically vegan, but some people boycot it for that reason.
Oh, ok. Yeah, palm oil isn't sounding so great to me right now.

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There are some lists of vegan products/not tested on animals that exist on the internet. Here are a few:

http://veganrabbit.com/list-of-compa...st-on-animals/

http://www.logicalharmony.net/cruelt...#axzz3igQNG3Mj

http://www.mybeautybunny.com/cruelty-free-brands/

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Superdrug do a cruelty free range in the UK.
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