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New Chapter's New Owner (P&G) Steeped in Animal Testing

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NaturalNews has never really taken much of an interest in Procter & Gamble -- until now. Having acquired New Chapter, a once-promising supplier of high-end herbal supplements such as Zyflamend, P&G now demands some honest scrutiny. Who are these people that New Chapter has decided to cozy up to? What are their business interests, and what are their ethics?

To answer this question, NaturalNews conducted an investigation of Procter & Gamble's board of directors in order to determine what business interests those directors might represent. What we found was more than a bit disturbing, and as you will see below, P&Gs board of directors is made up of people with ties to weapons manufacturers, Homeland Security, the Federal Reserve, oil companies, the Fukushima nuclear power plant, global banks, pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology (GMOs), mining giants, black box voting machines, and predictably both Microsoft and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

It's like a Who's Who of some of the most destructive industries on the planet, all in one room.

 Animal testing of its chemical consumer products On top of that, P&G is steeped in animal testing of its products, according to a long list of activist websites. We're going to be covering this in more detail in a future report, but here are some sites where you can start to learn about P&Gs widespread testing of its chemical products in laboratory animals:

http://www.pandgkills.com/facts/index.html

http://www.uncaged.co.uk/pgtesting.htm
http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Procter_%26_Gamble#Animal_...

P&G also owns Iams dog food. Check out this video entitled "Iams: A Recipe for Cruelty" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WucllIFy9iU


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