California's very popular Proposition 12 mandates space requirements for confining certain animals and prohibits the sale of meat and eggs from animals that are kept in places that do not meet this standard. Currently, only about 4% of pig farms in the US meet the space standards of Proposition 12, and few more are going to be able to properly retool by January of 2022 when the law takes effect. So there will likely be shortages of bacon and other pork products in California, which will almost certainly lead to major price spikes. At the same time, there are a plethora of new plant-based bacon and other pork products coming into the market now and in the coming months. This might lead to consumers making an even greater shift toward plant-based proteins.