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Sen. Baldwin reintroduces DAIRY PRIDE Act to ban dairy terms on plant foods

PBFA says the protectionist bill targets free market, misses real problems with struggling dairy lobby

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Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) on Thursday revived the DAIRY PRIDE Act, a bill that would require non-dairy products to no longer be labeled with dairy terms such as milk, yogurt or cheese.


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