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Q: Where to find non-animal testing products in Guangzhou?

Hello, everybody. I've been living in Tianjin  for almost 3 years and I'm flying to Guangzhou soon.
I'm vegan so I use non-testing animals products. I'm aware that pretty much all import products in China is animal-tested and I have to go to Hong Kong to get something like LUSH. However Guangzhou is a big city and I truly believe there are some vegans who know places where to buy some vegan- eco- non-animal testing products.

Thank you in advance :) 

7 years 28 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Guangzhou

 
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After living in Guangzhou for almost 6 years, I can honestly say that I have never heard of or seen any vegan restaurants or products.  Even the vegetables are often cooked in lard and other animal products.

 

And to be honest, almost every farmer in China uses manure (animal & human), among other things to grow their plants.  Wouldn't manure be considered an animal product?

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everything has been test on an animal at some point, plus human testing is  also animal testing. lush or any any other product uses research from animal testing even if they where not the ones doing it, if it use's science then its foundations come from animal  testing. so just buy animal  tested, by the the time they are selling you the product they are done testing so no more animals are being harmed. helps no one to protest something when it over.

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currently no better advice. How about cooking food yourself if time permits.

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in JUSCO near Guangzhou east railway station ....in that supermarket there is a lot of organic products

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