Tuesday, August 26


I would've put this at the end of the last post, but can't be sure it's E.Coli-related. Why? Because the Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued a recall of meat products from a Southern Ontario plant, but refused to say what health concern spurred the recall. Unsurprisingly, the plant has a history of health/safety violations, but the refusal to identify the threat to consumers, that's, well, out of the ordinary.
UPDATE 8/27: "An Aylmer meat packing plant was shut down by the provincial government because of an investigation into "illegal processing" of dead animals, the Star has learned." What a downer.
UPDATE: 8/29: "Tainted-meat scandal 'another punch in the head' for beef industry" ... coming soon: KO.

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