Plant-based label debate in Australia: Industry calls out government over ‘unbalanced representation’ at roundtable discussion
The plant-based industry in Australia has called out the government for what it is calling an ‘unbalanced representation’ at a recent roundtable to discuss product labelling and is denouncing the need for any new regulations to govern the sector.
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