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jeudi 2 février 2017

LE COMBAT CONTRE L' ELEVAGE ET LES PRODUITS LAITIERS CONTINUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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If almond milk were called “almond beverage,” would you still buy it? Of course, you would. But the dairy industry, in a desperate bid to reverse nosediving sales, is appealing to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ban almond, soy, and other plant-based milk from using the term “milk” on their labels, because it believes that they don’t adhere to the FDA’s current “standard of identity” for milk.
We think the real milk dud is dairy, and we’ve responded by urging the FDA to expand its archaic definition to include beverages made from almonds, cashews, coconuts, hemp, rice, soy, and other plant-based ingredients, which are known as “milk” all over the world.
We’re also reminding the agency that milk obtained from cows with mastitis (udder infections) and other illnesses commonly found on dairy factory farms shouldn’t be called “milk” under the existing definition, either. Government regulations currently allow pus from infected cows in every jug of cow’s milk.