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What are the brand name products that are tested on animals?


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2008-03-23 18:24:30
2008-03-23 18:24:30

Go to Peta's (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) website, they will have a list of all products tested on animals. You can probably find it by typing PETA in your browser.

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ASDA Direst is simply an large store that sells a large variety of products. As far as I can tell ASDA does not have it's own brand of they simply sell a large variety of Because of this in all they do sell some products that are tested on animals however they probably also sell products that are not. The best way to find out if what you are was tested on animals is to look up the brand name. provides a list of brands that don't test on animals as well as a list of those brands that do. This would be the best place to look to find out.

Usually brand name products are more expensive than their generic counterparts.

DentaChew is a brand name of pet products that are designed to protect an animals teeth, gums, and mouth. There are products that will freshen their breath and products that will help stop dental problems.

Oxycontin is a brand name. The medication in it, oxycodone, can be specifically tested for.

The only difference is that the name brand product has been tested and development by a company specializing in that product. After a period of time, the brand name product (with the same ingredients) can be release for other companies making generic products to then make and sell the same product under a different name. In short, no there is essentially no difference.

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Name brand products are just products that were made by an original maker ,unlike the generic thery were made by someone who made the same thing as someone else for a cheaper price.

There are actually many face creams that haven't been tested on animals. Just to name a few, mary kay, avon, st.ives and almay have all not been tested on animals.

No, but there are biblical products with this 'brand' name.

Store-name products are usually of lower price and similar quality compared to brand-name products. The more cost-conscious consumer is more keen to buying the generic store name instead of the former. The brand name products are usually just overpriced versions of the generic versions.

Generic products generally are available as a lower cost option that is very similar to a brand name item. An example is Quaker Oatmeal as compared to a store brand oatmeal.

yes the company who makes impluse does test their products the company is called unilever and on the peta website has their name on thier compants that does test on animal :(

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The previous company name was Lucky-GoldStar, from which the abbreviation of LG was derived. The current "Life's Good" slogan is a backronym. Before the corporate name change to LG, household products were sold under the brand name of Lucky, while electronic products were sold under the brand name of GoldStar. The GoldStar brand is still perceived as a discount brand.

Morningstar products seem to be the main brand name for vegetarians. To get these products at a lower price, you can buy them at BJ's.

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Some popular Pepsi brand products are FritoLay, Tropicana, Quaker and Gatorade. FritoLay is a brand name for chips, Tropicana is for fruit drinks, Quaker is for cereals and oatmeals, Gatorade is for energy drinks.

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