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Why Is Kikkoman Soy Sauce Killing Animals?


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Tell Kikkoman Corporation to stop experimenting on animals.
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Dear Blue,

PETA recently discovered that Kikkoman Corporation, the popular soy sauce company, has been conducting and funding cruel and deadly experiments on animals in order to make health claims about its products.

According to articles published by Kikkoman as recently as August 2015, the following experiments were conducted:

  • Feeding tubes were repeatedly forced down rats' throats to administer fermented soy milk.
  • Mice bred to be obese were fed citrus extract before being killed and having their muscles removed.
  • Rabbits were fed high-cholesterol diets in order to induce heart disease and then later killed.
  • Rats were force-fed soy sauce through surgically attached stomach tubes, after which they were "sacrificed by decapitation … followed by rapid removal of the brains."

These types of cruel health claim experiments are not required by law.

Please urge Kikkoman to stop funding, conducting, or commissioning experiments on animals.

Thank you for taking action for animals used in cruel experiments.



P.S. You can help us do more to expose and stop these and other deadly experiments. Donate to PETA's Global "Stop Animal Tests" Challenge by our October 31 deadline, and your gift will be MATCHED—dollar for dollar—up to our $250,000 online goal!

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