Meat labels such as this one showing that ground beef originated in Australia would disappear if California legislators are successful in adding a provision to the must-pass bill to keep the government funded after Friday. The World Trade Organization has ruled that such "country of origin" labels put Canadian and Mexican ranchers at a disadvantage.
Meat labels such as this one showing that ground beef originated in Australia would disappear if California legislators are successful in adding a provision to the must-pass bill to keep the government funded after Friday. The World Trade Organization has ruled that such "country of origin" labels put Canadian and Mexican ranchers at a disadvantage. Andrew Harnik AP
Meat labels such as this one showing that ground beef originated in Australia would disappear if California legislators are successful in adding a provision to the must-pass bill to keep the government funded after Friday. The World Trade Organization has ruled that such "country of origin" labels put Canadian and Mexican ranchers at a disadvantage. Andrew Harnik AP

Repeal of country-of-origin meat labels may be tucked in U.S. budget bill

December 08, 2015 05:53 PM

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