Monday, December 18, 2006

Method, Makers Of "Naturally Derived, Biodegradable Formulas For Household Use'' Given Award For Creating Cruelty Free Products- No Animal Testing

I can vouch for their products. Very good. Shows again that animal testing and vivisection is unnecessary. Superior products are produced every year which exceed the performance of those products created by companies that test on animals.

For more information on animal testing and for links to lists of companies that do and do not test on animals see:


Animal Rights Group Award Given To Owners Of Sf Business

12/16/06 7:35 PST


Two owners of a San Francisco-based home-cleaning products business have been recognized by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for developing their products without animal testing, according to a PETA spokesman.

Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry, founding owners of Method, were named as PETA's 2006 "Persons of the Year,'' for creating "naturally derived, biodegradable formulas for household use'' without first testing them on animals, according to PETA.

"We commend Adam and Eric for setting the industry standard for safe, effective products and for their compassion for animals,'' PETA president Ingrid Newkirk said.

According to PETA, animal testing for the development of cosmetic and household products involves the blinding and poisoning of rabbits, guinea pigs and mice.

PETA's "cruelty-free'' shopping guide is available at

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