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Petaluma-based Miyoko’s Creamery prevails in First Amendment lawsuit centered on advertising

Melanie Wong | Aug 13, 202101:10 PM    

Interesting development, US District Court would not stop the use of dairy-based terminology to describe vegan products that are not made with milk.

“Quite simply, language evolves,” Seeborg said in the ruling. “Absent anything from the state revealing why old federal food definitions are more faithful indicators of present-day linguistic norms, neither the fact nor the vintage of the federal definition of ‘butter’ counts against Miyoko’s…”

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