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In this Aug. 7, 2018, photo Impossible Foods CEO Pat Brown is interviewed in New York. As companies try to cater to Americans’ interest in lighter eating, the term “plant-based” is replacing “vegan” and “vegetarian” on some foods. The worry is that the v-words might have unappetizing or polarizing associations. Impossible Foods, which makes a meatless patty that’s supposed to taste like meat, even warns restaurants not to use those words when describing its burger on menus. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

No meat or eggs —but not ‘vegan’?