A bill (Bill 664) protecting consumers from misleading claims about alternative meat products was passed and goes into effect on September 1.
The law requires “analogue products,” which are food products made from processed plant products, insects or fungus with food additives to mimic meat, poultry or egg products, to have clear labels. The law would require those products to be labeled with one of the following: “analogue; meatless; plant-based; made from plants, or a similar qualifying term.”
The Texas Department of State Health Services will be responsible for enforcing these standards.
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