New report finds that mandatory country of origin labeling has not increased demand for U.S. beef
Demand for U.S. meat products covered by the mandatory country of original labeling (MCOOL) law that took effect in 2009 has not been impacted by the presence of the labels, according to a new analysis by the Kansas State University (KSU) Department of Agricultural Economics.
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