If It’s Not from the Mammary Glands, It’s Not Milk

The European Parliament has spoken… so called “milk” products that do not come from animals (and their mammary glands) can no longer be called milk and nor can non-dairy alternatives to cheese, butter, yogurt, etc. use the names of the dairy products they claim to imitate. The cows are happy again, but this has been a long and laborious business… A sign of semantic and even cultural recognition which will make it easier to verify some of those self-evident facts that break today’s great social debates into a myriad of interminable pseudo polemics. 




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