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Mexico mulling food-labeling regulation that U.S., others say could violate WTO rules

January 23, 2020 at 6:23 PM
The Mexican government could soon change its food-labeling standards to mandate front-of-package labels for all prepackaged food and nonalcoholic beverages, which the U.S. and other countries say could run afoul of Mexico’s international trade obligations. The draft amendment “is intended to establish the commercial and health information that must be included in the labeling of prepackaged and non-alcoholic beverages of national or foreign manufacture, as well as determine the characteristics of said information and establish a system of labeling easy...

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