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PORTLAND, OR

team Kim and Alkebulan Moroski started selling plant-based versions of Cajun-Creole favorites in Jackson, MI, they were proud to be using their talents for good. But in 2019, when a state Senate bill passed outlawing the labeling of plant-based food as meat (essentially, their whole business), they had to pivot. “Selling vegan food in Mississippi can land

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