The Plant Based Foods Association opposes any policy effort to restrict the use of commonly understood terms for plant-based alternatives to animal products.
PBFA’s Standards Committee works to create voluntary industry standards for labeling of various sub-categories of plant-based foods.
- We released our standards for plant-based milks in July 2018. You can read our blog post on that here and the latest standards here.
- We released our standards for plant-based meats in December 2019. You can read our blog post on that here and the latest standards here.
- We released our standards for plant-based yogurts in May 2020. You can read our blog post on that here and the latest standards here.
Plant-Based Policy Win in Texas
Great news on the plant-based labeling front – the Texas legislature recessed its 2021-22 legislative session without any of the multitude of restrictive labeling bills...
PBFA Opposition Letter to Wisconsin Senate Bills 81, 82, and 83
Status (4/13/21): PBFA has submitted testimony in opposition of the bills, which would restrict plant-based food companies’ right to use commonly understood terms for...
PBFA Opposition Letter to New York State Assembly Bill A 507
Status (4/13/21): PBFA has submitted testimony written by Board President Nicole Sopko in opposition of the bills, which would infringe on the First Amendment rights of...
Plant-Based Foods Victory! Court Allows Miyoko’s Creamery to Keep Using the Word “Butter”
Status (4/13/21): A win! Miyoko’s decision to label its product as ‘butter’ is entitled to First Amendment protection. PBFA submitted a declaration in support of...
The Plant Based Foods Association consists of members and supporters with the shared goal of ensuring the plant-based foods industry can succeed and thrive.
Pulmuone: A Values-First Company that Embraces Tradition While Moving The Needle
As a storied company with an illustrious legacy, Pulmuone's core values can be traced back all the way to their humble beginnings: Founded...