Tell Seventh Generation to Stop Promoting Animal Testing
Action Alert from All-Creatures.org
Physicians Committee for
Responsible Medicine (PCRM)
[Note from All-Creatures.org: Also read
Toxicologists Tell Seventh Generation: Support Human-Based Chemical Tests]
Please write Seventh Generation and tell it that reform of chemical
safety legislation will succeed only by moving away from reliance on animal
As a company that enjoys the financial support of the cruelty-free
market, Seventh Generation has a responsibility to stop promoting animal
testing and to actively promote nonanimal testing methods wherever possible.
And until it does this you will refuse to purchase its products.
an online petition here.
And/or better yet, make direct contact:
John Replogle, Seventh Generation
Ashley Orgain, Seventh Generation
60 Lake Street
Burlington, VT 05401 USA
fax (802) 658-1771
Online Customer Support form
INFORMATION / TALKING POINTS
We have provided some text for you, but we encourage you to personalize
your message to make it stand out. If you decide to write your own e-mail,
please be polite. Here are some talking points:
- I am writing to express concern about Seventh Generationís promotion
of increased testing for chemicals without acknowledgement that animals
will be killed in these tests.
- If toxicity-testing methods are not updated in tandem with reform of
the Toxic Substances Control Act, tens of millions of animals will be
killed to fulfill new data requirements.
- Reform of chemical safety legislation will succeed only by
modernizing toxicity testing with innovative, cost-effective, and
human-relevant nonanimal methods.
- Animal tests are cruel, slow, often inaccurate, and expensive.
- As a cruelty-free company, that enjoys the support of the
cruelty-free market, Seventh Generation should advocate eliminating or
minimizing animal use in toxicity tests.
- I refuse to purchase Seventh Generation products until Seventh
Generation publicly stops pushing for animal testing and advocates for
TSCA reform language that requires the use of nonanimal test methods.
Thank you for everything you do for animals!
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