Newsletter - Animal Writes sm
23 January 2000 Issue

What about photographic film?

Gelatine (obtained by boiling the skins, tendons, and bones of animals) is used in the production of photographic film. It is virtually impossible to avoid film and photographs in our society, all we can really do is make known our objections. Though the technology exists to replace photographic film, its price is currently prohibitive and there is insufficient demand. Hopefully, with the growth of vegetarianism and veganism, this situation will soon change.

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