Texas Bill Would Restrict Labeling of Cellular Agriculture
Texas House Bill 316 would ban labeling or advertising any products that are plant-based or produced by cellular agriculture as “meat,” “beef,” “chicken,” “pork,” or other common variations.
New Report on Labeling of Plant-Based Foods
A new report from the World Resources Institute analyzes the kind of language to use and to avoid in order to make plant-based foods appealing to more consumers.
FSIS Acknowledges Receipt of Cell-Based Labeling Petition
The Food Safety Inspection Service has acknowledged receipt of a petition by the Harvard Animal Law & Policy Clinic requesting that the agency adopt a labeling approach for cell-based meat and poultry products that respects the First Amendment, prioritizes consumer safety while preserving consumer choice, and enables American innovations to compete fairly.
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