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               (See also BUSINESSES; HORSES; SOLID WASTE)
Allergen information, posting at public schools: HB 1878
Beef commission, assessment by, modifying provisions: SB 5793
Beef, promoting industry, cattle well-being, and beef commission transparency: * EHB 2073, CH 256 (2017)
Beverages, diet prepackaged, distributor first sale of, imposing tax: HB 1975
Beverages, sugar-sweetened prepackaged, distributor first sale of, imposing tax: HB 1975
Beverages, sweetened, purchase with state food assistance, prohibiting: SB 5897
Bio- or genetically (or non-) engineered foods, voluntary labeling tax credit: HB 1245
Businesses, food products, omnibus permit process pilot program, establishing: HB 2133
Dairy day at the legislature, recognizing: * SR 8606 (2017)
Flavor-imparting cooking products, sales/use tax exemption, when, extending: HB 2089, SB 5799, SSB 5799
Food and food ingredients, seeds and plants for growing, sales/use tax exemptions: HB 2499
Food policy forum, Washington, establishing: HB 1562, SHB 1562, E2SHB 1562
Food products manufacturing wastes, beneficial uses of, analyzing: HB 2133
Food system, state, studying: HB 1552
Healthy food and beverage sales, school revenue loss due to, reimbursement for: SB 5417
Home-prepared foods, donation to charitable organizations for distribution: HB 1076, SHB 1076, 2SHB 1076
Hunger, childhood, importance of nutritious locally grown food in combatting: * HR 4605 (2017)
Hunger, food insecurity and USDA nutrition assistance programs, data on: HB 2014, SHB 2014, SB 5485, SSB 5485
Insecurity, research on food insecurity, conducting: HB 2014, SHB 2014, SB 5485, SSB 5485
Marijuana-infused edible food products, packaging and labeling of: HB 1124
Marijuana-infused edible food products, sanitary processing, regulation of: HB 1462, * SHB 1462, CH 138 (2017), SB 5324, SSB 5324
Meals on wheels program, grant program to expand, developing: * SB 5736, CH 287 (2017)
Mobile food units, exempting from commissary/servicing area regulations: HB 2639
Mushrooms, pine mushroom, designating as official state fungi: HB 1812, HB 2365, SB 5723
Packaging, containing PFAS chemicals, prohibiting: HB 1744
Packaging, containing PFAS chemicals, prohibitions and safer alternatives: HB 2658
School meal programs, breakfast after start of day, as instructional hours, when: 2ESHB 1508, SSB 5696
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell lighthouse pilot project: HB 1508
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell program models and procedures: 2ESHB 1508, ESB 6003
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell, as instructional hours, when: ESB 6003
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell, in high-needs schools: 2ESHB 1508, SB 5696, ESB 6003
School meal programs, hunger-free students' bill of rights act: HB 2610
School meal programs, reduced-price lunches, eliminating copays: HB 1508
School meals, farm-to-school and small and direct marketing farm programs: HB 1508
School meals, farm-to-school and small farm direct marketing programs: 2ESHB 1508
Seafood industry, fishing fleet recapitalization program, B&O tax preference: HB 1154
Sewage sludge/biosolids, food grown in, labeling requirements: HB 1653
Sweetened desserts/candy, purchase with state food assistance, prohibiting: SB 5897
Vegetable oil, food grade, exempting from oil transport contingency planning: HB 1135, SB 5137
Wasted food and food waste, plan and strategies for reducing: HB 2411