Fighting “trade” pact threats to food safety and consumer health

Our current trade agreements limit countries’ food safety standards and consumer labels. Even as these agreements have resulted in a flood of imported food, they force U.S. consumers to rely on other countries’ food safety and inspection systems, for instance requiring us to import food that does not meet U.S. food safety standards.

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Our Work

Here are some resources that advocates and researchers are using to fight to ensure “trade” pacts do not undermine food safety.