WORLD: WTO to harmonise global rules on origin of food products
The World Trade Organisation's (WTO) general council has been asked to approve global regulations stating whether a food manufacturing process is important enough for the processed ingredient or product to legally be considered a new product, made in the country of manufacture, rather than where the raw material was sourced.
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