Route One Pumpkins Certified Cruelty-Free by Leaping Bunny

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Route One Pumpkins creates high quality, natural skin care products made with pumpkin seed oils and extracts from Half Moon Bay, CA. All Route One Pumpkin products have recently been certified as cruelty-free by Leaping Bunny.

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Leaping Bunny is very pleased to welcome Route One Pumpkins into our cruelty-free certification program. We applaud their efforts to manufacture products that are free of animal testing" -Kim Paschen

Route One Pumpkins, makers of pure, natural skin care products with pumpkin seed extracts and oils from heirloom pumpkins grown locally without use of pesticides or fertilizers in the pristine farms around Half Moon Bay, is pleased to announce that we have received certification by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics' Leaping Bunny Program. This program administers a cruelty-free standard and the internationally recognized Leaping Bunny Logo for companies producing cosmetic, personal care, and household products. The Leaping Bunny Program provides the best assurance that no new animal testing is used in any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories, or suppliers.

"This provides our customers with additional assurance of the high standards we hold our ingredients and suppliers to," says Sandra Klein, CEO of Route One Pumpkins, located in Half Moon Bay. "And, we don't stop there, we also use locally sourced ingredients, packaging and manufacturing facilities to keep the lowest carbon footprint possible, using recycled materials printed with solar power."

Route One Pumpkins currently offers a Hand and Body Lotion made with Cinderella pumpkin seed extracts, squalene, allantoin and Vitamin E, plus three new bar soaps: Decadent Pumpkin Pie with shea butter, Ginger Fog-buster with coconut, palm and olive oils plus ginger essential oil to invigorate skin and mood and Ultra-sensitive for babies, with Shea butter, plus Calendula and Chamomile extracts. Available at local stores, farmers markets and

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