States Not Waiting On Feds To Decide What Makes Meat Meat
Law360 (April 30, 2019, 6:26 PM EDT) -- With meat made in laboratories a couple years away from hitting grocery store shelves, several states have passed laws banning such food from being labeled as meat. But with no guidance coming anytime soon from federal regulators, those laws will ultimately face preemption challenges when federal agencies eventually weigh in.
At least seven states have passed laws banning the labeling of cell-cultured meat as meat. (David Parry | PA Wire)
At least seven states have passed laws banning the labeling of cell-cultured meat as meat, and some also target the labeling of plant-based meat alternatives. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration...
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