SEAFOOD INDUSTRY BRACES FOR COOL RULE

BOSTON -- The seafood supply chain feels like it's swimming in circles awaiting final county-of-origin labeling rules from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and industry experts warn confusion looms before the Sept. 30 implementation date like a hungry shark."A lot of folks thought seafood got the two-year delay," said Justin LeBlanc, vice president of government relations for the National Fisheries

BOSTON -- The seafood supply chain feels like it's swimming in circles awaiting final county-of-origin labeling rules from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and industry experts warn confusion looms before the Sept. 30 implementation date like a hungry shark.

"A lot of folks thought seafood got the two-year delay," said Justin LeBlanc, vice president of government relations for the National Fisheries Institute, Arlington, Va., noting the seafood sector did not benefit from Congressi

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