No, as the Vegan Society Vegan Standards state that in order for a product to be considered vegan, the product and any ingredients in the product must not have been tested on animals. The Vegan Society Vegan Standards are based on the product, not the entire company. Some cruelty free certifying organisations will only certify an entire company and not individual products.
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