Though the average grocery shopper would never know it, the proliferation of vegan and non-dairy substitute foods has sparked a fierce debate over how food producers label their products. Should producers of non-dairy substitutes be able to use words like “butter” and dairy-related imagery in their marketing? Does potential confusion among consumers justify government intervention to mandate certain terminology? In this Fourth Branch video, experts and stakeholders on each side of the debate dive into these questions and more.

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