Taiwan: Taiwan Issues New COOL Regulations Affecting US Pork and Beef

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On September 21, 2020, the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) issued new country of origin labeling regulations for 1) pork in packaged food; 2) pork served in restaurants; and 3) bulk food products including beef and pork. This report contains unofficial English translations of these regulations, as well as Taiwan's notifications to the WTO TBT Committee for two of the three measures.

Taiwan: Taiwan Issues New COOL Regulations Affecting US Pork and Beef

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