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France bans substitute animal-based foods from being labelled as ‘meat’ and ‘milk’

by Futures Centre, Nov 15
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French MPs have voted to outlaw the use of words such as ‘meat’, ‘mince’ and ‘sausages’ to describe substitute meat products, claiming that these terms would mislead shoppers. The same rules will also apply to vegan dairy alternatives. Fines of up to €300,000 are in place for producers who fail to comply with these standards.

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