Food-labeling law may regain momentum

07/2/2007 | NYTimes.com

Congress so far has prevented the enforcement of a law passed five years ago that requires country-of-origin labeling on meat, fish and produce. Proponents of the law are hoping that a Democratic Congress will help them gain new ground, but opponents claim the legislation is too costly and burdensome, and blocks less expensive suppliers from competing with American farmers and ranchers.

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