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That this House notes that some consumer product labels do not declare that animals have been involved in the production of the product; furthernotes the specific example of buttons made from cow horns, as featured in the BBC documentary Kill It, Cut It, Use It; and calls on the Government to introduce regulations to improve the transparency of product labelling by ensuring that producers must fully disclose whether their products contain animal-related ingredients or by-products, which will enable consumers to make more informed purchase decisions.
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