• California animal confinement law will touch sales from out-of-state

    9 monthes ago - By Food Safety

    California in 2020 is scheduled to begin implementing more stringent animal confinement standards for in-state and out-of-state producers who sell certain animal products the state.
    The new law was overwhelmingly approved in 2018 by California voters as Proposition 12. It covers breeding pigs, veal calves, and egg-laying hens kept on farms.
    California voters first passed Proposition 2 in 2008, giving egg-laying hens in the state enough room to lie down, stand up, fully extend their legs and wings, and turn around without bumping into other hens or the barrier. Prop 2 took effect in 2015...
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