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Plant-based milk debate heats up as state regulators weigh in at NCIMS meeting

Plant-based milk debate heats up state regulators weigh in at NCIMS

State milk regulators have weighed into the plant-based milk debate in a vote that was hailed by the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) as “the strongest statement yet that the abuse of dairy terms has gone too far," but dismissed as unhelpful by the Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA).

Dairy farmers are voluntarily making a positive contribution to water issues, a new report says. Pic: ©iStock/naruedom

NZ dairy farmers tackling water issues, says new report

Romer Labs' AgraQuant Aflatoxin M1 High Sensitivity

Romer Labs launches ELISA test to detect Aflatoxin M1

The EU has regulated the maximum levels of i-As in rice since January 2016. The most restricted level has been set at 0.1 mg/kg for rice-based foods destined for infants and young children. ©iStock

Unsafe levels of arsenic found in baby food products, research finds

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Errington Cheese wins right to see E. coli evidence

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Project Leche: School meals in Honduras get a boost of nutritional value

Dr Jacques Bindels was speaking at our Food Vision Asia summit.

Infant obesity: Act now over formula protein guidelines, regulators urged

Since the Obama Administration eliminated low-fat flavored milk as a school meal option, milk consumption has declined, according to the USDA. Photo: USDA

Public health industry criticizes USDA move to bring back 1% flavored milk to school lunch program

Soylent recalls Soylent 1.8 powder over undeclared allergens

Soylent recalls shipments of Soylent 1.8 powder over undeclared allergen

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Dubai enlists Nutricia for grassroots infant healthy-eating initiative

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