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Petition asks FDA to decide whether almond milk should be labeled ‘imitation milk’

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As the debate intensifies over whether plant-based foods should be allowed to use dairy terms on their labels, a Dec. 5 citizen petition is asking FDA to clarify whether “almond milk” is nutritionally inferior to “milk,” and should be labeled as “imitation milk.”


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