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From 2014 but still relevant for understanding.
SCOTUS NOMINEE UPHELD MANDATORY COOL FOR BEEF
Billings, Mont. – President Trump announced his nominee to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States, Circuit Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh currently sits on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. In 2014, Kavanaugh defended the constitutionality of the U.S. law requiring both domestic and imported beef and pork to be labeled according to where the animal from which the beef or pork was derived was born, raised, and harvested.
OCM and AGA say the current FSIS policy allows foreign imported meat and meat products to be brought into the U.S., processed through a USDA inspected plant and labeled “Product of U.S.A.” They say that is counter to the legal authority granted to FSIS in federal law and by its regulations. As a result, they say the current policy is having the very adverse outcomes on farmers and consumers that Congress specifically stated were the consequences it intended to prevent when enacting the Federal Meat Inspection Act (FMIA).
- DAN FLYNN
In this post by the Gardening Channel, they elaborate on Country of Origin Labeling.
"Under current USDA rules, multinational companies can sell meat raised and slaughtered abroad with a “Product of USA” label alongside truly domestic products raised by U.S. ranchers."
Did you know that your USDA Certified Organic Beef likely came from another country but is still labeled as Product of the USA? WTF!
Watch the video: