It could be so COOL.

COOL laws, or Country of Origin Labeling, were initiated in the 2002 Farm Bill, but mandatory labeling of commodity foods has been on hold since 2004, according to the USDA. Some shrimp and seafood is covered, but other food like beef, poultry, and pork, remain unlabeled.

2007-09-04T11:24:08-04:00August 28th, 2007|Blog, Food news|0 Comments

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