WASHINGTON -- Retailers, commodity boards and trade associations expressed their frustration before the House Agriculture Committee last week over country-of-origin-labeling legislation due to take effect next year. The rules, currently voluntary, are creating headaches up and down the supply chain, as vendors and retailers negotiate who will pay for labeling and who will be responsible for compliance, committee members were told. "From a practical standpoint, this system may simply ...
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