Vegan

“vegan – A person who does not eat or use animal products.”

My definition for vegan-friendly and cruelty-free art supplies is:
A product can be considered vegan, if the entire product itself does not contain animal ingredients, byproducts/ derivatives and none of those are used in the manufacturing process, e.g. the use of animal derived oils and fats in surfactants for the dispersion of pigments. The manufacturer does not test on animals or commissions other parties to do so, none of their parent and sister companies or any other partners test on animals or commission animal testing, none of their raw material suppliers and subsuppliers test on animals or commission animal testing, if there are other options. (According to the European Chemicals Agency, ECHA, animal testing has to be avoided if it is possible and has the goal to minimize animal testing for REACH. Lastly, there is no animal testing abroad for the manufacturer’s products to be sold abroad.)
By “entire product”, all parts of the product are meant, e.g. the ink and its jar it is contained in, the body and nibs of a marker, a pencil’s wooden body as well as lacquer/ print on it. My blog “veganarstuff.info” provides information on vegan, vegan friendly and cruelty-free art supplies.

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Newest posts:

  • you might not be able to reach me for a short while
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-12-03
  • Coliro Finetec Pearlcolors
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-12-03
  • Chameleon Pens
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-12-03
  • watercolour paint
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-24
  • Edding
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-24
  • Gelli Arts updated information
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-24
  • Mon Marte replied
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-17
  • more enquiries sent out
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-15
  • enquiry sent to Edding
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-12
  • biodegradable glitter made from cellulose
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-12
  • white opaque pens and alternatives
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-12
  • update and enquiries
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-12
  • Printer Ink debacle
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-11-07
  • Pilot’s reply
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-10-03
  • No ink pads yet but… alternatives
    Source: veganartstuff.info Published on2021-09-03