THE main message during a Senate Agriculture Committee hearing on country-of-origin labeling (COOL) was the need for the U.S. to quickly address the rule in order to avoid retaliatory tariffs.
However, changing mandatory COOL to voluntary in the statute for beef and pork may not offer the needed solution, according to those who testified.
The top two members of the Senate Agriculture Committee acknowledged that inaction is n
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