Meatpackers Protest Stricter Labeling Rules, JPMorgan and Feds Agree to $13B Settlement

U.S. meatpackers are protesting the new federal labeling rules that require more information on the origins of beef, pork, and other meats, including the countries in which the animals were born, raised, and slaughtered.

J.P. Morgan Chase and the Justice Department have agreed on a $13 billion settlement, the largest ever between the government and a corporation.

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