Beef processing resumes at XL Foods

Beef processing resumes at XL Foods

XL Foods may send 5.5+ million kgs of recalled beef back to market if cooked at a high enough temp to kill off E. coli

authorities repeatedly warned CFIA over safety problems at XL Foods facilities

A Brazilian-controlled company is taking over operations of the Alberta beef-packing plant where an E.coli outbreak led to the country’s largest-ever recall of red meat.

Brazil-owned firm takes control of XL Foods plant Add to ...

A Brazilian-controlled company is taking over operations of the Alberta beef-packing plant where an E.coli outbreak led to the country’s largest-ever recall of red meat.

Meat recall: XL Foods Inc. lays off 2,000 employees temporarily

Meat recall: XL Foods Inc. lays off 2,000 employees temporarily

An estimated 1,134,000 kilograms of beef from the recall list that could potentially be contaminated with E. coli entered the U.S. - almost triple the U.S. Food Safety Inspection Service estimate

XL Foods beef recall reaches Hong Kong

This is a heavy-duty bowl chopper designed to cut meat to a fine degree,then blend and mix ingredients to meat products.

An Alberta meat processing plant that continued to churn out its product for more than three weeks after the discovery of a dangerous E. coli strain of bacteria early last month did not follow its own protocols for handling the outbreak.

Alberta plant failed to follow its own E. coli protocols

The World Trade Organization has ruled that an American meat labelling law gives U. products an unfair advantage over their Canadian and American competitors.

XL Foods has issued a new statement on the massive recall at its Alberta slaughterhouse, acknowledging its processes were “not enough,” outlining changes being made but stopping short of an apology.

XL Foods: 'We take full responsibility'

The World Trade Organization has ruled that an American meat labelling law gives U. products an unfair advantage over their Canadian and American competitors.

“The population was not informed of the dangers of this tainted meat,” Mulcair said during Question Period on Thursday. “This is a serious breach of ethics and of ministerial responsibility. The minister of agriculture has no choice; he should resign.”

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