YONKERS, N.Y. — A poll suggesting 92% of Americans support country-of-origin labeling on food drew defensive responses from some of the law’s opponents Wednesday. The poll, released by Consumer Reports magazine here, revealed that consumers “have serious concerns about how and where their food was produced,” said Dr. Urvashi Rangan, senior scientist and policy analyst at Consumers Union, the publisher of the magazine. Consumers Union has called for immediate implementation of COOL, which ...
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