Bill Filed In Okla. State Legislature To Regulate What Can Be Called 'Milk'


Friday, January 17th 2020, 4:32 am
By: News 9


A bill introduced into the Oklahoma state legislature would only allow some types of milk to be labeled as such.

State Rep. Jim Grego (R-Wilburton) says milk that doesn't come from a goat, cow or "other hooved mammal" should not be labeled as milk in the state of Oklahoma. That would include soy, cashew, coconut and almond milk.

The bill calls for a "ban on all products that do not meet the requirements of subsection B of this section, including plant-based products mislabeled as milk."

You can read that bill below:

 

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