PETA stands for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. It is one of the oldest organizations (est.1980) and claims to be the largest animal rights organization in the world with over 9 million members and supporters (stated by PETA). But the fact that it takes only a signed statement for companies to be PETA certified definitely makes us doubt their efficacy on the matter.

We have mapped the PETA certified to:

  • Empowering Animal Rights

PETA Certifies:

  • Companies
  • Products
  • Suppliers & Manufacturers

Cost to get certified:

There is only a one-time fee of $350 for the licensed use of their cruelty-free bunny logo.

Do they perform audits on companies:

No, they don't. As mentioned before, all it takes to get certified is to sign a pledge and submit paperwork regarding company processes.

Standards listed on their website:

Kind of. The only standards and requirements listed on their page can be found here and here.