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Country-of-origin labeling

United States. General Accounting Office

Country-of-origin labeling

opportunities for USDA and industry to implement challenging aspects of the new law : report to congressional requesters

by United States. General Accounting Office

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Published by U.S. General Accounting Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Food -- Labeling -- Law and legislation -- United States,
  • Marks of origin -- United States,
  • Foreign trade regulation -- United States,
  • Food -- Labeling -- Law and legislation

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOpportunities for USDA and industry to implement challenging aspects of the new law., Country-of-origin labeling (Online)
    StatementUnited States General Accounting Office.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF1620.F66 U54 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 60 p. :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16340379M
    OCLC/WorldCa54508464

      initiated a study of the nation’s country of origin labeling (COOL) requirements in Japan’s food labeling law, which has been in effect since April (see JA), already required COOL for ingredients for a limited number of processed foods manufactured in Japan. See Attachment 1 Size: KB. New country of origin labeling (COOL) requirements will enter into force during Japanese Fiscal Year (April 1, , to Ma ). This report contains a translation of a formal report from the Consumer Committee to Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, which revises Japan’s COOL requirements for ingredients incorporated into foodstuffs manufactured in Japan.

    Country of Origin Labeling - Federal BACKGROUND In the th Congress, several pieces of legislation have been introduced to require country-of . Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) Since , all fresh produce sold at retail has been required to carry a notice of its county of origin. Here's a look at the country-of-origin labeling requirements.

    Meat suppliers, retailers, and restaurants can voluntarily choose to label meat products by country of origin. Because such activity currently occurs only on a small scale, one might argue that market evidence indicates the costs of country-of-origin labeling exceed the benefits. The US Regulation on Country of Origin Labeling COOL The U.S. regulation at issue required beef and pork products sold in the US to have a label identifying the country of origin of the beef.. The US Regulation on Country of Origin Labeling COOL. The WTO ruling is an example of the power of international trade law to constrain the regulatory powers of WTO member nations.


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FAQ regarding COOL labeling flexibilities during COVID Country-of-origin labeling book of Origin Labeling (COOL) is a labeling law that requires retailers, such as full-line grocery stores, supermarkets and club warehouse stores, to notify their customers with information regarding the source of certain foods.

Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) is a consumer labeling law that requires retailers (most grocery stores and supermarkets) to identify the country of origin on certain foods referred to as “covered commodities”.

Country of Origin Meat Labeling Meme A December meme about "country of origin" labeling on meat contained a mixture of true and false information. A Brief History and Overview of Country of Origin Labeling Requirements. Date: Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) laws and regulations require retailers to notify their customers of the country of origin of covered commodities, which include beef, veal, lamb, chicken, fish and shellfish, goat, pork, perishable agricultural commodities, macadamia nuts, pecans, ginseng.

Country of origin labeling (COOL) is a mandatory U.S. labeling law enforced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that requires retailers notify their customers with information regarding the source of certain foods, also referred to as covered these covered commodities are fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables; peanuts, pecans, and.

Country of origin labeling (COOL) (or mCOOL [m for mandatory]) is a requirement signed into American law under Title X of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of (also known as the Farm Bill), codified at 7 U.S.C.

§ a as Notice of country of law had required retailers to provide country-of-origin labeling for fresh beef, pork, and lamb. USDA is exercising enforcement discretion for a temporary period to provide labeling flexibilities to the Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) requirements and Country-of-origin labeling book the re-distribution of food products intended for foodservice to be sold in retail establishments.

Country of Origin book. Read 42 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Lisa Countryman is a woman of complex origins.

Half-Japanese, ado /5. In its Compliance Policy Guide on Country of Origin Labeling, FDA provides the following examples: Imported shrimp that is peeled and deveined or otherwise preserved after importation, but sold as "shrimp" would be misbranded if it was labeled "product of the USA," because the labeling would be false and misleading within the meaning of section.

VanSickle et al. () also find that the benefits of country of origin labeling of commodities substantially outweigh the costs associated with labeling. If consumers do prefer labeled. Country of Origin labeling must be specific and accurate.

It is the retailer’s responsibility to provide the country of origin information to the consumer. The ruling allows for the following labeling options: Label. Sign. Sticker. Placard. Twist Tie. Pin Tag. Stamp. Size: KB. R-CALF USA is a national, non-profit organization, dedicated to ensuring the continued profitability and viability of the U.S.

cattle industry. We represent the collective voice of U.S. cattle and sheep producers, in domestic and international trade and marketing issues. Senator Daschle, joined by industry and consumer advocates, requested that the Department of Agriculture institute country-of-origin labeling for meat and possibly other food products.

Country-of-Origin Labeling (COOL) was passed by Congress in and required retailers to affix labels denoting the country of origin of many food products, including beef. However, COOL was not fully implemented for beef until May of Today, the House Agriculture Committee approved H.R.a bill to amend the Agriculture Marketing Act ofby a recorded vote of A combination of 68 Democrats and Republicans joined Chairman K.

Michael Conaway in introducing this bipartisan bill that will effectively repeal country of origin labeling requirements for beef, pork, and chicken, while. table of contents 1. i ntroduction 4 2. b ackground 4 3. g eneral f ood l abeling r equirements 5 n ame of f ood 7 juices 5.

n et q uantity of c ontents s tatements 14 6. i ngredient l ists The attack on Country-of-Origin-Labeling (COOL) is a good example of why international trade agreements require close scrutiny. In my book What to Eat, I had this to say about COOL (among other things).

InCongress passed a law requiring Country of Origin Labeling (the apt acronym is COOL) that was to take effect in - country of origin marking - country of origin labelling - and last but not least: origin as such. Origin Labelling (and Marking) in International Trade 11 / Country of Origin Labelling Requirements – Comparative Resear ch and Conclusions.

This Country-of-origin labeling All-Inclusive Self-Assessment enables You to be that person. All the tools you need to an in-depth Country-of-origin labeling Self-Assessment. Featuring new and updated case-based questions, organized into seven core areas of process design, this Self-Assessment will help you identify areas in which Country Pages: This factsheet has been developed to assist the dairy industry to comply with the Country of Origin Food Labelling Information Standard It is intended to supplement the information in the ACCC’s Country of origin food labelling guide and provides responses to common industry questions.

Please note this document does not constitute legal advice. [Agri-Pulse]'s Spencer Chase discusses the recently passed House legislation that would repeal the current country of origin labeling for .[starHor] We’re fighting for Country of Origin Labeling.

Recent History of Failed Voluntary COOL Programs December 4, Summary Judgement on COOL June 5, Below are R-CALF USA’s and CPoW’s response/reply documents to the USDA’s opposition to our motion for summary judgement in our COOL lawsuit filed Janu A country of origin statement states the origin of a product and is used when you do not need or cannot use a standard mark label on your product.

Statements may need to be in a clearly defined box. The CoOL online tool will indicate the appropriate country of origin statement for you to design and print yourself.