Thursday, December 8, 2022
Tags Posts tagged with "COOL"


Now, courtesy of Congress, our non-legislating legislature, we might soon be buying non-label labeled food.

It’s more likely, however, that the apocalypse will arrive in something far less breathtaking than a 757 and far more mundane like, say, a Land Grant University extension bulletin.

Ohio Farmers Union discuss issues of top concern at annual convention in Columbus.

WTO says Canada could impose $780 million in retaliatory tariffs and Mexico could impose $228 million for damages from unfair country-of-origin meat labeling practices in the U.S.

Reader says we need to preserve mandatory country-of-origin labeling.

COOL has made Canadian meat more costly and less competitive than other countries' meat.

National Farmers Organization spells out its policy positions.

Country of origin labeling, or COOL, for meat, fruit, vegetables and nuts sold in the U.S. has been kicked around by the courts, politicians, international trade panels and special interest farm groups since it became law in 2008.

The final COOL rule issued by the USDA requires the origin designations of muscle cut meats to include information about where each of the production steps (i.e., born, raised, slaughtered) occurred.

The coincidence was positively delicious. Shortly after Swedish furniture seller Ikea found itself, shall we say, saddle-deep in a saucy mess that featured racier...