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   Farmers Push For Stricter Definitions Of Foods Like Meat
by Kristen Leigh Painter, Star Tribune
Posted: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 3:56PM EDT

Can meat grown in a lab still be called meat? Can milk that comes from nuts rather than cows bear the name milk? And can mayonnaise made without eggs still be called mayo?

From oat milk to grain-based burger patties to mayo made from yellow peas and canola oil, alternative products now populate nearly every aisle of the grocery. Makers of alternative foods, usually from plants, use the terms to signal how their products can be used.

But farmers see the new foods as a threat and want the federal government to restrict words like milk, cheese and meat to products that come from animals.

To read the rest of the story, please go to: Star Tribune


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