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From: Food Quality & Safety Magazine, 8.6.13

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Meat, Livestock Groups Seek Injunction Against Country-of-Origin Labeling

Lawsuit claims COOL rule is ‘arbitrary and capricious’

Following up on a lawsuit filed in early July, a group of meat and livestock trade organizations asked a federal court on July 26 to grant an injunction against the implementation of the USDA’s country-of-origin labeling (COOL) regulations...The rule is “arbitrary and capricious, offering little benefit to consumers while fundamentally altering the meat and poultry industry,” according to a statement.

FDA Publishes 2 FSMA Rules; Asks for Extension on 2 More

Will remaining rules meet the deadline?

The foreign supplier verification rule requires that imported foods meet the same safety standards as domestically-produced foods, and put the burden of meeting those standards on the importing companies, which will have to prove their foreign suppliers have adequate controls in place...But some hurdles still stand in the way of full FSMA implementation.

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