The Consumer Goods Council of SA (CGCSA) secured a victory against the government’s decision to seize meat analogue products, which are vegan plant-based products with names the government asserted were reserved only for meat.

The body, which represents about 9,000 members, said the order would ensure consumers of plant-based products were not prejudiced by having these products removed from the shelves of retail outlets...

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