WASHINGTON -- A bovine somatotropin labeling law that went into effect in Vermont Sept. 12 has the milk industry bracing for negative repercussions on consumption. On Sept. 5, the state's Court of Appeals denied an industry motion for an injunction pending appeal against the mandatory labeling of milk products sourced from rBST-treated cows. "We asked the court to stop the signage before we got a chance to go into court [and argue it]," said Jeffrey Nedelman, spokesman for the Grocery ...
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