Any country of origin labeling requirement involves applying different labels to products of different origin," the United States argued.
What does COOL stand for?
COOL stands for Country of Origin Labeling
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We have 61 other meanings of COOL in our Acronym Attic
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- Center for Wave Phenomena Object-Oriented Optimization Library
- Care of the Older Person
Samples in periodicals archive:
Full enforcement of current GMPs represents the strongest way to ensure safety and quality of imported dietary supplement ingredients, not country of origin labeling (COOL), according to the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), Washington, D.
The consensus of most presenters with regard to the controversial topics of trade barriers, Country of Origin Labeling, food traceability, and others is that the United States is moving in the right direction to address the many issues facing agriculture and producers.
Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued interim voluntary country of origin labeling guidelines for certain commodities as required in the 2002 Farm Bill.
The ICGMA said it opposes requirements for country of origin labeling of food ingredients, or requirements for more detailed labeling of country of origin of food products.