Vegan Food Co. To Appeal Okla. Food Label Law Ruling

Law360 (November 24, 2020, 6:35 PM EST) -- A vegan food company said Monday it is appealing to the Tenth Circuit a recent order by an Oklahoma federal judge who refused to block a state law that requires plant-based food companies to include a disclaimer if they use a meat term to describe their products.

Upton's Naturals Co. and industry group Plant Based Foods Association said they are appealing U.S. District Judge Stephen P. Friot's Nov. 19 ruling that a law requiring plant-based food companies to include large disclaimers on labels that their products aren't made of meat didn't violate the Constitution. Upton's Naturals had sought a preliminary injunction...

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