Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) for meat was passed in the 2008 Farm Bill and was immediately opposed by the multi-national meatpackers. At the bidding of corporate Ag, the World Trade Organization worked to undermine COOL, and in 2015, Congress repealed Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) for meat, and immediately after, the price of cattle plummeted and consumers no longer have the ability to know whether meat on their grocery stores shelves has been raised and processed in the U.S.