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Arkansas legislature passes ‘fake meat’ bill with new standard of identity for rice

Governor expected to sign bill making it illegal to market 'cauliflower rice'

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The rice industry has yet to sway FDA to write a standard of identity for rice to beat back competitors from misusing the name of the grain, but Arkansas may be the first state to make it illegal to sell products such as “cauliflower rice.”


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