'V' is for Vegetarian: FDA-Mandated Vegetarian Food Labeling

  title={'V' is for Vegetarian: FDA-Mandated Vegetarian Food Labeling},
  author={Carrie Griffin Basas},
  journal={Animal Law eJournal},
  • C. Basas
  • Published 3 February 2010
  • Business
  • Animal Law eJournal
More than eight million adults in the United States are vegetarians and around forty percent of all people in the United States seek vegetarian food options while dining. Vegetarianism comes in a multitude of flavors, but a “pure vegetarian” or a vegan does not consume any products that come from animals, including milk, eggs, and gelatin. People practicing a vegetarian lifestyle may have turned to these dietary restrictions for ethical, religious, environmental, health, or other reasons… 
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