I was approached by a reader that Faber-Castell was selling a pen to mark meat and cattle/animals for the meat market.
I contacted Faber-Castell and they answered that they no longer produce said meat marking pen.
I do not know for how long they sold this pen and when they discontinued it.
The reader also raised the concern that if a company sells such a pen it can’t be called cruelty-free.
Please see my next blog post about the term “cruelty-free”. It can be interpreted in a variety of ways, which I will explain more.
Here you find my other latest “cruelty-free topic” post. “Cruelty-free” in its mainly used meaning as “free of animal testing” and its different levels.
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