Washington House Bill 1909 would establish specific labeling requirements to clarify which meat is made from animals raised in the United States, which products are plant-based alternatives, and which are cultivated because “it is important for consumers to know what they are purchasing and eating.” The provisions would declare a food product as “misbranded” if it is not “born, raised, and harvested in a traditional manner” while using any of a list of meat-related terms and not carrying a qualifying term identifying the product as plant-based or cultivated. The bill has been referred to the House Committee on Rural Development, Agriculture, and Natural Resources.