US appeals WTO statute opposite inhabitant beef labels

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Posted: Friday, Nov 28, 2014 1:09 pm
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Updated: 2:15 pm, Fri Nov 28, 2014.

US appeals WTO statute opposite inhabitant beef labels

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States is appealing a World Trade Organization preference that done it harder for U.S. consumers to know where beef in a grocery story came from.

The WTO in Oct deserted U.S. manners requiring labels on finished steaks, ribs and other cuts of beef identifying where a animals were born, lifted and slaughtered. The WTO pronounced a “country of start labeling” mandate put Canadian and Mexican stock during a disadvantage.

On Friday, a Office of a U.S. Trade Representative appealed a ruling.

U.S. farmers who contest with Mexican and Canadian ranchers welcomed a appeal. National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson on Friday called it “the right thing to do for American family farmers, ranchers and consumers.” But meatpackers conflict a labeling requirements, observant they levy dear paperwork.

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Updated: 2:15 pm.


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