Law Student Paper Series — Defining ‘Meat’: Plant-based Meat Label Censorship in the United States
4/1/21 12-12:45 pm PT
Increasingly popular among consumers, plant-based meat has a solid foothold in the U.S. market. The rising success of plant-based meat and the looming competition of cultivated meat has sparked state legislation censoring the use of meat nomenclature on labels for these foods. Join Bianka Atlas, Lewis & Clark Law School, for an overview of the plant-based meat labeling landscape in the United States, with a focus on current and pending state legislation and lawsuits. A brief Q&A to follow.
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