UP IN THE AIR

As if being a guinea pig for the new country-of-origin labeling law wasn't humbling enough, supermarkets and their seafood suppliers have something else to grumble about: They're being kept in the dark.Retailers and their seafood suppliers are scrambling to implement procedures and policies to comply with the new regulations, as the Sept. 30 date for implementation of the first comprehensive, federally

As if being a guinea pig for the new country-of-origin labeling law wasn't humbling enough, supermarkets and their seafood suppliers have something else to grumble about: They're being kept in the dark.

Retailers and their seafood suppliers are scrambling to implement procedures and policies to comply with the new regulations, as the Sept. 30 date for implementation of the first comprehensive, federally mandated, country-of-origin labeling program for food looms. Unlike meat and fresh

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