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Who’s right? Merriam-Webster or Missouri lawmakers?

Should it be illegal to call a meaty, animal-free burger “plant-based meat”? Missouri lawmakers think so. But the ACLU, Good Food Institute, and other great co-plaintiffs are fighting back with a lawsuit filed this week defending plant-based meat (yes, meat) companies’ rights.

On the clean meat side, the “steaks” are high, with federal agencies vying for turf in the battle over who’ll regulate these companies, as I write about this week.

The stakes for animals are also sky-high in California, where voters will soon decide whether they want to enact the strongest farm animal protection law on the planet. Now This did a great video on the topic this week.

Finally, there’s a new episode of the Business for Good Podcast on a start-up with an incredibly innovative way to fight food waste. Check it out! (And if you’re wondering what common traits the most innovative inventors have, you may appreciate this cool new book.)

Have a nice weekend,
Paul

P.S. Video of the week: One smart dog.

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Paul Shapiro
CEO & Cofounder, The Better Meat Co.
Author, Washington Post bestseller Clean Meat
Co-Host, Business for Good Podcast
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Husband of Toni Okamoto. Author of nat’l bestseller Clean Meat. CEO of The Better Meat Co. Host of Business for Good Podcast. 4x TEDx speaker. Paul-Shapiro.com

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