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With so much focus on the benefits of creating ultra-realistic vegan meats, The Bearded Vegans thought they would take some time to talk about the potential downsides. Starting with an update on the recent glut of labeling laws that threaten to ban vegan products from being labeled as “meat”, “milk”, and “butter” and ending with the case of a Burger King selling cow’s flesh disguised as the Impossible Whopper. Paul and Andy dig into all the nitty gritty in part one of this discussion.

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The Food:

Three Girls Vegan Creamery (Guilford, CT)

Grannie Annie’s (Surf City, NJ)

The Links:

Tyson introduces Raised And Rooted (Tech Crunch)

Big Dairy Battling Vegan Industry in Butter-Labeling War(Fortune)

Consumers Show They Know Almond Milk Doesn’t Come From Cows (Forbes)

Settlement talks underway in Tofurky v Missouri meat labeling laws(Dairy Herd)

Arkansas New Food Labeling Law Is Veg-on-Veg Crime(Reason)

No More Veggie Bacon? Louisiana Governor Signs Labeling Bill (NY Times)

Shoppers outraged over ‘misleading’ vegan ‘meat’ product labelling(7News)

2018 Food and Health Survey – International Food Information Council Foundation(Food Insight)

NYC Burger King has been passing off beef as Impossible Whoppers (The Takeout)

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