California Pig Law Might Lead to Expensive Bacon

Evelyn Li
By Evelyn Li
August 3, 2021NTD Business
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Animal protection concerns have some Californian restaurants worried about their bacon. The state wants to enforce a new law that could make 96 percent of all pork ineligible for sale there. California accounts for around 15 percent of the national pork market.

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