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Dairy producers are calling for a crackdown on the almond, soy and rice milks they say are masquerading as the real thing and cloud the meaning of milk. A group that advocates for plant-based products, the Good Food Institute, countered this week by asking the Food and Drug Administration to say terms such as milk and sausage can be used as long as theyre modified to make clear whats in them. Its the latest dispute about what makes a food authentic, many of them stemming from developments in manufacturing practices and specialized diets. DiGiornos frozen chicken wyngz were fodder for comedian Stephen Colbert. An eggless spread provoked the ire of egg producers by calling itself mayo. And as far back as the 1880s, margarine was dismissed as counterfeit butter by a Wisconsin lawmaker. The U.S. actually spells out the required characteristics for a range of products such as French dressing, canned peas and raisin bread. Its these federal standards of identity that often trigger the food fights. COW, NUT, BEAN Though soy milk and almond milk have become commonplace terms, milks standard of identity says it is obtained by the complete milking of one or more healthy cows. Thats a point the dairy industry is now emphasizing, with the support of lawmakers who last month introduced legislation calling for the FDA to enforce the guidelines. Mammals produce milk, plants dont, said Jim Mulhern, president of the National Milk Producers Federation. This photo shows the ingredients label for almond milk at a grocery store in New York.