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Tofurky suing Louisiana over state law prohibiting plant-based products from using meat terms
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Tofurky is suing Louisiana over a state law that prohibits plant-based meat from using the word “meat.” The lawsuit claims it is a violation of the First Amendment.
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Last year, Louisiana signed into state law the “Truth in Labeling of Food Products,” which can fine plant-based companies up to $500 per product per day that uses terms like burger, sausage, chicken, beef or other words associated with meat from an animal.
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