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Norway rules that "turkey bacon" can still be called "bacon"

Meat can be marketed as bacon, even if it's not made of pork

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The Norwegian Food Safety Authority has changed its take on usage of the term “turkey bacon”. After initially disallowing meat producer Nortura from using the word “bacon” in its marketing of its Prior branded meat, the authority has now decided that it is fine after all.

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