The Singapore Food Agency (SFA), the lead agency for food-related matters in Singapore, has approved the sale of a cultivated meat product in the city-state.
With help from organizations like GFI and ALDF, plant-based companies are challenging unnecessary and unconstitutional label censorship laws and transforming the policy landscape.
GFI Europe is teaming up with international nonprofits, leading businesses, and over 140,000 consumers across the continent to urge the European Parliament to reject a damaging and unnecessary plant-based food labeling proposal.
Public investment in alternative seafood has the potential to make America a leader in seafood production with vast positive impacts for the economy, workers, human health, and ocean sustainability.
Covid-19 has demonstrated that our current meat production system is vulnerable. Public investment in alternative proteins can help us create a more safe, efficient, and resilient protein supply.
To see our transformative vision of the food system become reality, government investment into researching alternative proteins is mission-critical.
The Good Food Institute, the Animal Legal Defense Fund, and the ACLU of Arkansas are bringing a lawsuit on behalf of Tofurky challenging Arkansas' unconstitutional label censorship.
Mississippi is banning terms like "vegan hot dog" and "plant-based meat" on packaging. Upton's Naturals, the Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA), and the Institute for Justice (IJ) are challenging it in court.