Canada and Mexico will be able to impose tariffs on American products if the U.S. doesn’t change its rules on country-of-origin labeling (COOL) for meat.
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In May, the World Trade Organization ruled in favor of Mexico and Canada in their case against the U.S. Introduced in the 2002 farm bill, COOL regulations require retailers to list the countries involved in the production of certain food products, including unprocessed meats.