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Montevideo, May 22nd 2019 - 11:50 UTC
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) expanded its warning to consumers about ground beef components imported from a Canadian company after the company's steaks were linked to eight Escherichia coli O157:H7 infections in Canada. Read full article
American - owned rendering plant in Brookes, Alberta, after 12 day thorough inspection has had it's licence revoked.
No, liabity issues, I think
I see a trade war with canada here....
YOU would, but this is not Argentina.
Protectionism BK....really? We know you have your head up your ass and E. coli is not of concern for you, but the rest of the human race it is. But if it is, Canada would have a gripe, by Canada and the USA work together for consumer protection.
You are correct - both countries work hard to safeguard the food supply.
This is not a trade issue.
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