Food Safety Framing Sparks COOL Debate

Recent food safety scares in China and upcoming congressional action on a farm bill are rekindling the fiery debate over country-of-origin labeling, with proponents of the measure including a consumer group and a Democratic presidential candidate going on the offensive for its implementation. Country-of-origin labeling, better known as COOL, became law as part of the 2002 Farm Bill but thus far has

Recent food safety scares in China and upcoming congressional action on a farm bill are rekindling the fiery debate over country-of-origin labeling, with proponents of the measure — including a consumer group and a Democratic presidential candidate — going on the offensive for its implementation.

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