Country-of-origin labeling requirements are set to take effect next week, on Sept. 30, but there is still some confusion in the marketplace. And to help clear up any lingering questions, suppliers, retailers and government officials will discuss COOL implementation at the Produce Marketing Association's Fresh Summit during a Friday afternoon seminar at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., on Oct. 24. “There have been some isolated requests by retailers for third-party ...

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