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Plant-based producers share priorities for the 2018 Farm Bill, push back against Dairy Pride Act

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The Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA), which advocates for plant-based alternatives to traditional foods, is asking lawmakers to ensure that the 2018 Farm Bill does not include subsidies and provisions that give unfair advantage to dairy and other animal-based foods.


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