Why no pareve “milk” chocolate?

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    👑RebYidd23
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    Would it be too confusing?

    #1739845

    Joseph
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    Almond milk.

    #1739847

    Lightbrite
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    They make pareve rice milk chocolate

    #1739964

    👑RebYidd23
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    There are specialty brands that make vegan milk-style chocolate, but the mainstream brands don’t.

    #1740267

    CTLAWYER
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    In the US, government regulations (USDA) will not allow the Milk labeling of non-dairy chocolate.
    There are also state Consumer Protection and Truth in Advertising rules/regulations.laws that apply in some jurisdictions

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    👑RebYidd23
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    CTLAWYER, these products are generally labeled as “almond milk chocolates”, or “cashew milk chocolates”, and so on depending on which particular alternative is used. The dairy industry fought that battle, but they didn’t win.

    #1740395

    Gadolhadorah
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    Somehow, “milk chocolate” denotes a taste expectation that the parve “milk chocolates” never seem to replicate. Given the multiple milk alternatives and general awareness within the tzibur that “milk” doesn’t always mean a dairy product, is there still an inyan of maris ayin?

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