There has been a lot of confusion since the Supreme Court gave a green light to California’s Proposition 12. “They will start enforcing it on July 2, but from there there’s confusion on what happens to non-compliant products in inventory,” said Steve Meyer, consulting economist, National Pork Producers Council.” Meyer says it isn’t clear what will happen after the July deadline with current pork products not in compliance with Prop 12. “There’s some indication that you will be allowed to sell that product until it’s gone, but that hasn’t been outright said clearly.”
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