Companies Working for Regulatory Change
Companies listed as “Working for Regulatory Change” conduct tests on animals only when required by law, are actively working for the replacement of animals with non-animal methods, and release to PETA all information about tests and what is done to avoid them.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why Can't I Find a Certain Company?
- What Types of Companies Are on the "Don't Test" List?
- How Does a Company Get on PETA's Global Animal Test–Free List?
- How Does a Company License PETA's Animal Test–Free Logo?
- How Do I Know That These Companies Really Don't Test on Animals?
- Can I Trust a Product Label That Says, 'No Animal Testing'?
- What if a Company Isn't on Either of PETA's Lists?
- Why Do Some Companies' Product Labels Say, 'No Animal Ingredients,' When, in Fact, the Products Contain Beeswax, Lanolin, Whey, etc.?
- How Often Are PETA's Animal Test–Free Product Lists Updated?
- Why Are These Companies Included on the 'Do Test' List?
- What Does 'Working for Regulatory Change' Mean?
- Does PETA's List Include Individual Animal Test–Free Brands?