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Leaping Bunny Joins Forces with GreenCupboards

Cruelty-free cosmetics resource Leaping Bunny partners with online retailer GreenCupboards to sell specially certified products.

New developments are taking shape with the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics’ Leaping Bunny Program. The project recently partnered with online retailer GreenCupboards, which sells more than 30 companies’ products marked with the Leaping Bunny logo. Together, the two organizations hope to encourage consumers to buy cruelty-free products over products tested on animals. Some of the approved brands sold on GreenCupboard’s site are Dr. Bronners’s, Jason Natural Cosmetics, Seventh Generation, and Tom’s of Maine. 

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