California Beef Council Law Law and Legal Definition

California Beef Council law is a state legislation whereby it enables the cattle industry, with the aid of the state, to develop, maintain, and expand the state, nationwide, and foreign markets for beef and beef products produced, processed, manufactured, sold, or distributed in this state, for human consumption, and the use and consumption of these beef and beef products in those markets.

Beef Council law is governed in many state legislatures in the U.S. It authorizes and enables to formulate and effectuate research relating to the nutritional qualities of beef and beef products, public consumption patterns and trends, sales stimulation and consumer, or other educational programs designed to increase the use and consumption of beef and beef products for human consumption.