"Arm & Hammer" at this time and for the past few years do not and have not tested their consumer products on animals; however, some of their products may have been tested in the past, using animals. So, there is no rule that they will not employ animal testing in the future, but if they "can avoid it," they will. This, according to "Arm & Hammer" when I called the company.
umm, doh. i haven't switched mine yet, so idunno, probably going to look for whatever gets recommended to you.
i was gonna ask something, but think i have baking soda and baking powder confused again. i really think it's the powder now, that recipes are always mentioning to use a non-alluminum kind, and i've never really understood that entirely. though i do know people with some diseases might avoid it i read that studies proved that connection wrong some time ago. sorry to get a bit off your topic here, but does anybody know about that too?
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