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[USDA] AMS is responsible for administration and enforcement of COOL." See COOL has been a political issue as Congress debated and enacted the statute; the political positioning continued for a decade as USDA tried to promulgate regulations to implement the law.
Some interested parties argued that consumers want to know where the products are being produced; others argued that the cost of tracking the product so the COOL labeling was accurate would negatively impact the food industry.
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More detail allows the firm to "pin point" when a product was processed, but each level of detail perhaps adds cost to the business operation. if it [the food product] has been prepared, packed, or held under insanitary conditions whereby it MAY [emphasis added] have become contaminated with filth, or whereby it MAY [emphasis added] have been rendered injurious to health." Clearly, food transported in a dirty vehicle has been "held" under conditions that "could" contaminate the food product.