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Legislation Restricting Use of 'California' on Olive Oil Labels Gains Momentum

Melanie Wong | May 28, 202112:20 PM    

On a panel discussion on the future of small farms in California last week, State Senator Cecilia Aguiar-Curry briefly mentioned her bill to restrict the use of "California" on olive oil labels. Later that same day, AB 535 passed in the Assembly and has moved on to the Senate for a vote.
https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...

I'm posting this as the producer California Olive Ranch that is often recommended here would appear to be among the brands most affected by the proposed law.

Legislation Restricting Use of 'California' on Olive Oil Labels Gains Momentum

While AB-535 has gained some prominent supporters and breezed through committees, its detractors remain confident a compromise can still be reached.

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