WASHINGTON (FNS) -- For the supermarket industry, key bills are awaiting lawmakers' action as they rush to push legislation through Congress in advance of an August break and early adjournment for the year, scheduled Oct. 4. Here's a rundown of where some legislation affecting the food industry stands. Country of Origin Labeling: Retailers got some hope last week that legislation requiring them to label meat, fruit, vegetables and fish with their country of origin might be repealed. ...

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