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 Foods Association Hires DC Lobbyist to Fight “Dairy Pride” Act and Promote the Plant Based Food Industry on Capitol Hill
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) MARCH 07, 2017: Today, the Plant Based Foods Association announced it has engaged the services of the law firm Alston & Bird to...
Dairy Pride Act Generates Widespread Media Coverage for Plant Based Foods Association and its Members
The Dairy Pride Act, its original aim to harm the plant-based foods industry, has now generated quite a bit of positive press for the Plant Based Foods Association...
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.
Plant Based Foods Association Applauds Virginia Governor’s Veto of Unconstitutional Milk Labeling Bill
A statement from Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA)’s executive director, Michele Simon: PBFA applauds Virginia Governor Ralph...