The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit reversed a lower court ruling that Louisiana’s “Truth in Labeling of Food Products Act” infringes on food companies’ free speech rights and vacated an injunction of the law. The appellate panel concluded that the law, when construed narrowly, does not violate the First Amendment’s protection of commercial free speech. Turtle Island Foods, S.P.C., doing business as Tofurky Co., challenged the 2019 law, which prohibits “[r]epresenting a food product as meat or a meat product when the food product is not derived” from animals.