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The recall of potentially E. coli-tainted beef products from XL Foods Inc. was expanded Saturday. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has now added beef products carried by some Co-op stores to the growing list. Many of these stores have already removed the products from their shelves, and have disinfected their meat freezers. CTV
Peanut butter recalls are always happening safe thing to do cook your meat well done no worries. i know it looses some taste but you never know what is in it. hope no one dies over this.
Originally posted by Meldionne1
Good ol' peanut butter and jelly! ...time for parents to start packing lunch again! ....sounds like some seriously tainted food. I feel badly for the innocent kids. What's next, the water?
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has expanded the list of recalled products from the Alberta-based XL Foods meat packing plant and is now advising Canadians unsure of whether the meat they’re buying may be tainted with E. coli to ask the retailer before purchasing the product. Dozens of new cuts of beef have been added to the growing recall list, including raw meat products from Costco Wholesale Canada, Walmart, Prairie Meats and Delectable Read more: www.ctvnews.ca...
OTTAWA, October 1, 2012 - The public warning issued on September 30, 2012 has been updated to include additional products. Link
Public health officials in Alberta said Tuesday they are investigating two new food poisoning cases, including one that has been linked to tainted meat from a Brooks plant. And in neighbouring Saskatchewan, authorities are conducting tests after a recent spike in the number of patients infected by the potentially fatal bacteria. Read more: www.calgaryherald.com...
Last Updated Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012 12:07PM MDT Agricultural Minister Gerry Ritz addressed the media again on Thursday to update the situation on the massive nation wide beef recall. The recall of products continues to grow and now includes hundreds of items sold all over the country and in many different stores. Read more: calgary.ctvnews.ca...