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NMPF petitions FDA for 'comprehensive fix' to plant-based dairy labels

Group says plant-based products can use dairy terms, as long as they are labeled as “imitations” or “substitutes”

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The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) on Thursday (Feb. 21) presented FDA with what it believes is a “comprehensive fix” to finally resolve the debate over the labeling of plant-based “dairy” products.


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