Dairy Pride Act

“Allowing non-dairy products to use dairy terms to promote goods with wildly different nutritional values has undermined public health.

US dairy groups press Congress on Dairy Pride Act

By Beth Newhart

Three years after its first introduction to the Senate, the divisive Dairy Pride Act is still on the minds of US dairy. The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) made a case for stricter labeling guidelines while the FDA is stalled.

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Vox Pop: Should the term 'milk' be regulated?

By Mary Ellen Shoup

DairyReporter set out to see what consumers thought about regulation of the term “milk” and found out that while the market for plant-based beverages is certainly growing, cow’s milk still factors into most people’s diets.

The Dairy Pride Act, says supporters, simply requires the FDA to enforce standards of identity already enshrined in law

Standards of identity are designed to protect consumers, not stifle competition, says GFI

Dairy Pride Act is 'anti-competitive' and 'unconstitutional,' says Good Food Institute

By Elaine Watson

More than 46,000 people have signed a Good Food Institute petition urging Senator Tammy Baldwin and Congressman Peter Welch not to pursue the passage of the Dairy Pride Act, which the GFI argues, is both “anti-competitive” and “unconstitutional.” 

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