Imitation milk beverages need new labels, dairy producers say

07/23/2010 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Milk producers who are unhappy with an increasing number of beverages labeled as "milk" want the FDA to require that nondairy products be called something else. The National Milk Producers Federation says products that come from grains, seeds, nuts and other sources are OK but should be labeled artificial or imitation milk.

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