The rules regarding "country of origin" are complex and depend on both state/federal law and the requirements of the country of importation. You can always call and ask, but a company is under no obligation to tell you unless the law requires them to do so. You can contact the U.S. Department of Agriculture for more information: www.usda.gov
If we do not have a signed fee agreement I am not your attorney and this is not legal advice.
Some companies dont much care, and only do the minimum the law requires. Others are concerned with COO issues, depending upon their distributor or consumer market. Organic consumers insist on this information, and since it is fairly easy to provide, the buyers get what they want.
Your Congressional representatives have the most influence over this. Contact them.
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