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Hawaiian style or made in Hawaii: Class action lawsuit highlights product origin labeling laws

March 2, 2021
A pile of Hawaiian-style bread rolls

A recent class action disputes whether King’s Hawaiian rolls are appropriately named because they are not actually made in Hawaii. The question can be resolved by looking to federal and state law on product labeling. READ MORE

We’ve got ‘beef’: Plant-based meat maker appeals decision in favor of Oklahoma’s new labeling law

January 13, 2021
Lab worker inspecting lab meat

A federal court refused to block Oklahoma’s new law requiring disclaimers on plant-based meat products, prompting an appeal to the Tenth Circuit and continuing the fight between the meat industry and plant-based food companies. READ MORE