A new report released by the World Trade Organization concludes that country-of-origin labeling rules in the U.S. are unfair.
Since last year, any meat sold in U.S. grocery stores must identify it's source, meaning the country where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered. However, the WTO has found this requirement to be discriminatory against imported meat products. Still, the report does agree that there are benefits to providing U.S. consumers with details regarding the origin of their food, a position that Canada and Mexico have tried to dispute.
See an official summary of the report's key findings and conclusions at WTO.org.