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GFI pushes to derail Louisiana’s 'unconstitutional' labeling law

If enacted, Louisiana law could penalize gluten-free foods, rye bread, group warns

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While a bill, targeting plant-based “meat,” riced vegetables and more, awaits action by Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D), the Good Food Institute (GFI) is warning the bill is so broad it could have unintended impact on a range of well-known food labels. 


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