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Introduced in House (07/10/2001)

Amends the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 to: (1) require retailers of farm-raised fish to inform consumers, by means of a clear and visible label, sign, or placard at the final point of sale, of the country of origin of a covered commodity (whole farm-raised fish, and filets, steaks, nuggets, and any other flesh from such fish); (2) permit a retailer of such commodity to designate it as having a United States country of origin only if the commodity is exclusively from a farm-raised fish that is born, raised, and slaughtered in the United States; and (3) require any person engaged in supplying such commodity to retailers to provide retailers with country of origin information.

Exempts food service establishments (restaurants, bars, food stands, and etc.) selling to the public from such requirement.