Customs Ruling Buys the Farm of International Trade has struck down a U.S. Customs Service ruling that required country-of-origin markings on frozen produce. The court's June 9 decision, which followed a hearing in April, culminates an industry lawsuit filed by the American Frozen Food Institute of McLean, Va.; Green Giant of Minneapolis, and J.R. Simplot of Boise, Idaho, against Customs and the Department of the Treasury. The plaintiffs had challenged a Dec. 29 ruling in which Customs ...
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