It’s time for last week’s news round-up. Let’s see what caught our eye last week…
Global Non-Animal Alternative Testing Market Predicted to Hit $29,390.20 Million, Growing at 13.0% CAGR from 2021 to 2030 | Proclaimed by Research Dive
The global non-animal alternative testing market is expected to garner $29,390.20 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 13.0% from 2021 to 2030. The report delivers comprehensive insights into the current condition and future prospective of the industry by meticulously examining market drivers and restraints, opportunities, major segments, and regions. Take a look at our portfolio of non-animal tests now or read the full report here.
P&G Launches First High-Performing Shampoo Bars Across Its European Haircare Portfolio
Head & Shoulders, Pantene, Herbal Essences and Aussie shampoo and conditioner bars come in easy-to-hold shapes with built-in cotton rope to hang in shower. Read more here.
State Senator Alessandra Biaggi receives recognition from Cruelty Free International for her work to make New York cruelty free
This month, CFI’s award goes to State Senator Alessandra Biaggi for her work to end animal testing for cosmetics in New York. Senator Biaggi said, “Advocates have demanded cosmetic companies stop using animals to test their products for years, and it is long past time for New York State to join the thirty countries that have already outlawed animal testing.” Read the article here.
Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Market to Touch USD 14.23 Billion by 2030 at 4.56% CAGR | Report by Market Research Future
Consumers are progressively becoming aware of the impact of their purchasing habits on the environment as well as society. There is high consciousness about which cosmetics to choose from and what raw materials and source origins have been used to develop these items. Read the report here.
Procter & Gamble Unveils New Strategy to Address Global Water Crisis
Procter & Gamble has announced what it calls a major expansion of its environmental sustainability efforts that will make more water available in critically water-stressed areas around the world. “Water is one of the world’s most critical natural resources, and something too many often take for granted. For years we have been focused on reducing water use in our operations and innovating to help consumers use less water in the home, but there is much more we can all do,” said Jon Moeller, P&G president and CEO. “Together with our partners, we are expanding our efforts that will improve, manage, and protect water resources in stressed areas that will help sustain people and nature for generations to come.” Find out more here.