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Impossible Foods may not need color additive approval to sell popular meatless burger, FDA says

California startup asks FDA to approve soy leghemoglobin as color additive

Impossible Foods' meatless burger that tastes and smells like real beef faces more regulatory hoops if the firm plans to sell the uncooked burgers at supermarkets in 2019, but IEG Policy has learned that may not be only option for that product.


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