UPDATE: 4/6/2023 - SB 1093 died. It failed to pass the Senate Health and Welfare Committee before the session ended on 4/6/2023.
SB 1093 was introduced and referred to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee on 2/14/2023. Contact Senators on the statement of purpose are Senators Nichols and Boyle.
This bill adds the following new section as a prohibited act to Section 37-115, Idaho Code that addresses food and food labeling:
(l) The manufacture, sale, delivery, holding, or offering for sale of any food that contains a vaccine or vaccine material targeted toward a consumer of such food unless the food labeling contains a conspicuous notification of the presence of the vaccine or vaccine material in the food. For purposes of this subsection, "vaccine or vaccine material" means a substance that is used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity to the consumer of such food product against disease prepared from the causative agent of a disease or its products, that acts to genetically modify, or that is a synthetic substitute treated to act as an antigen without inducing the disease and that is authorized, emergency use authorized, or approved by the United States food and drug administration. The provisions of this subsection shall not prohibit the vaccination of livestock to protect such livestock against disease or require the food products derived therefrom to be labeled pursuant to this section.
https://legislature.idaho.gov/sessioninfo/2023/legislation/S1093/ - text, status and history for SB 1093