Mexico intensifies ‘Made in the USA’ dispute

USDA announced last week that starting in 2026 animal products will need to be born, raised, slaughtered and processed in the U.S. to use “Product of the USA” or “Made in the USA” labeling. The provision addresses a so-called loophole that allows cattle born and raised in Mexico, but slaughtered and packaged in Texas, to be labeled “Made in the USA,” which critics say undermines the U.S. beef market and cuts into ranchers’ paychecks.

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