peta

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

The largest animals' rights organisation in the world

With more than 6.5 million members and supporters, PETA is the largest animal rights organisation in the world. They focus their attention on industries where animals suffer intensely for long periods of time. Sadly, this includes the clothing industry. Leather, fur, and wool are common materials for shoes, clothes, and accessories, but production of these goods often involves animal cruelty. PETA’s Cruelty-Free and 100% Vegan certifications encourage consumers to find alternative textiles that don’t harm animals, or don’t use animal products at all.

PETA’s Standards

  • Cruelty free: no animal testing
  • Vegan: no animal products used

Room for Improvement

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  • Gaining PETA approval is fairly easy – brands need to fill out a form and affirm their products are vegan or cruelty free
  • PETA certifications are not reviewed regularly for compliance

Learn more about our standards & certificates.

peta

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

The largest animals' rights organisation in the world

With more than 6.5 million members and supporters, PETA is the largest animal rights organisation in the world. They focus their attention on industries where animals suffer intensely for long periods of time. Sadly, this includes the clothing industry. Leather, fur, and wool are common materials for shoes, clothes, and accessories, but production of these goods often involves animal cruelty. PETA’s Cruelty-Free and 100% Vegan certifications encourage consumers to find alternative textiles that don’t harm animals, or don’t use animal products at all.

PETA’s Standards

  • Cruelty free: no animal testing
  • Vegan: no animal products used

Room for Improvement

room for improvement icon
  • Gaining PETA approval is fairly easy – brands need to fill out a form and affirm their products are vegan or cruelty free
  • PETA certifications are not reviewed regularly for compliance

Learn more about our standards & certificates.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

The largest animals' rights organisation in the world

With more than 6.5 million members and supporters, PETA is the largest animal rights organisation in the world. They focus their attention on industries where animals suffer intensely for long periods of time. Sadly, this includes the clothing industry. Leather, fur, and wool are common materials for shoes, clothes, and accessories, but production of these goods often involves animal cruelty. PETA’s Cruelty-Free and 100% Vegan certifications encourage consumers to find alternative textiles that don’t harm animals, or don’t use animal products at all.

PETA’s Standards

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Cruelty Free: no animal testing.

Vegan: no animal products.

Room for Improvement

room for improvement icon

Gaining PETA approval is fairly easy – brands need to fill out a form and affirm their products are vegan or cruelty free. Additionally, PETA certifications are not reviewed regularly for compliance

Learn more about our standards & certificates.