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UK association confronts use of dairy names to label plant-based foods

Dairy UK has written to a non-dairy cheese shop in London asking them not to use the word “cheese” to describe their products.

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Industry association, Dairy UK, has written to a vegan cheesemonger in London asking the company not to describe their products as “cheese”. The development reflects a growing concern in Europe and the US about the use of meat and dairy terms for plant-based products.

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