Canada - Government of Canada responds to U.S. Country-of-Origin Labelling measures

The final regulations will allow for more flexibility on labelling requirements in the U.S. for meat from animals of American and Canadian origin that are brought together during a production run. Canada has repeatedly raised concerns that COOL could impose unfair costs, especially on Canadian livestock producers, by requiring the segregation of Canadian animals.
Wednesday 14 January 2009 (9 years 4 months 10 days ago)
The final regulations will allow for more flexibility on labelling requirements in the U.S. for meat from animals of American and Canadian origin that are brought together during a production run. Canada has repeatedly raised concerns that COOL could impose unfair costs, especially on Canadian livestock producers, by requiring the segregation of Canadian animals.

http://w01.international.gc.ca/Minpub/Publication.aspx?isRedirect=True&publication_id=386730&language=E&docnumber=9

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