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Mexican Chamber of Deputies Approves Bill that Prohibits Use of Dairy Terms on Plant-Based Alternatives

In late December 2019, Mexico’s Chamber of Deputies’ voted in favor of a reform to the Ley de la Propiedad Industrial (“Industrial and Federal Property of Consumer Protection law”), which would make regulations on misleading advertising more stringent.  This prohibition will have an impact on plant-based alternatives that currently use dairy terms, such as “soymilk” … Continue Reading

Mexico’s Lower House Passes Front-of-Pack Labeling Bill

On October 11, Mexico’s lower legislative house passed a bill that would require manufacturers to place front-of-pack (FOP) warning labels on food high in sugar, sodium, or saturated fat.  The bill was published in the Diario Oficial de la Federación (Mexico’s equivalent of the Federal Register) and consists of a draft amendment to the General Labelling Specifications for … Continue Reading
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