“Show-Me” the (Vegan) Meat! Missouri’s Foray into Meat Advertising Law

“I come from a state that raises corn and cotton and cockleburs,” Missouri Congressman Willard Duncan Vandiver told a U.S. Navy banquet in 1899. “[F]rothy eloquence neither convinces nor satisfies me. I am from Missouri. You have got to show me.” This is one of the sayings credited for making Missouri known as the “Show-Me” … Continue reading “Show-Me” the (Vegan) Meat! Missouri’s Foray into Meat Advertising Law

Some Legal Pitfalls in the Marketing of “Natural” Products

Demand for so-called “natural” products is increasing. According to one published report, the natural products industry is experiencing “an average of about 8 percent growth.” Dietary concerns are at least one driving factor for the growth as consumers reach for “natural,” presumably healthier foods. One CEO in the natural products industry attributes the growth to … Continue reading Some Legal Pitfalls in the Marketing of “Natural” Products

From IHOP to IHOB and Back Again

Last month, breakfast lovers everywhere received a scare. On June 11, International House of Pancakes, also known as IHOP, announced it was changing its name to IHOB. The “B” in the new name?  Was it short for biscuits?  Brunch?  Bacon?  Breakfast?  None of the above. The “B” is for burgers, the company revealed. Outrage followed … Continue reading From IHOP to IHOB and Back Again

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