Meat companies lose licences in huge beef recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has revoked the licences of three companies tied to a massive beef and veal recall for falsifying E. coli lab results. The CFIA says in a statement it cancelled the Safe Food for Canadians licences of Ryding-Regency Meat Packers Ltd., as well as two others operating under St. Ann’s Foods Inc., Canadian Select Meats Inc. and The Beef Boutique Ltd.

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