COOL
 n.— «Early on Friday, U.S. analysts said the bans were likely because of Mexico’s opposition to a recently enacted meat labeling law. The law, commonly called Country-of-Origin Labeling or COOL, requires that meat packages in U.S. supermarkets carry labels stating the countries where the meat animals were raised.» —“Mexico suspends purchases from 30 U.S. meat plants” by Bob Burgdorfer in Chicago Reuters Dec. 26, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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