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Cruelty Free Animal Testing

http://www.mspca.org/programs/animal-protection-legislation/animal-welfare/lab-animal-welfare/cruelty-free-labeling.html

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Signifies that a product is made by a company that adheres to the Corporate Standard of Compassion for Animals, developed by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics, a coalition of animal protection groups. The CCIC’s purpose is to promote a “cruelty-free” standard and logo. NOTE: Some companies will label products "cruelty-free" or "not tested on animals". Unfortunately, this is not always true. The problem is that "cruelty-free" is not clearly defined by law, so it can be used to mean just about anything a manufacturer wants it to mean.

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Created by the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, this logo visually depicts Wisconsin's cheesemaking pride and heritage using the phrase "Pride. Our Secret Ingredient (TM)". The logo is not found on all Wisconsin-produced cheese. Some companies that manufacture products in Wisconsin also do so in other states and their packaging and distribution systems don't allow for labeling by state of origin. The logo will only be found on products made in a Wisconsin plant by licensed Wisconsin cheesemakers.
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