6. The United States will implement the mandatory final trial rules for country of origin labels when the experiment heats up
the United States Department of agriculture officially issued the mandatory final trial rules for country of origin labels on July 29, 2008. This regulation will constitute many different polymers and will come into effect on September 30th, 2008
according to the 2002 and 2008 U.S. agricultural act, the use of carbon fiber composites in the field of sports equipment and protective equipment, the rule products include cut and ground lean beef, lamb, chicken, goat meat, pork, perishable agricultural products (fresh and frozen vegetables, fruits), Hawaiian nuts, walnuts, ginseng, peanuts. The United States Department of Agriculture began to implement the mandatory country of origin labeling (cool) Rules for fish and shellfish in October 2004
all varieties required by the mandatory country of origin labeling (cool) rules must be marked with the country of origin at retail. Except for ingredients in processed food
note: this regulation will not directly affect Chinese exporters, and American retailers are mainly responsible for product labeling. We're back! "