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Alberta Beef Recall: Reaction To Sixth XL Foods Recall Expansion

09/23/2012 02:17 EDT | Updated 09/23/2012 02:19 EDT
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YAKIMA, WA - DECEMBER 29 : Eliseo Araujo removes ground beef patties from a conveyor belt at Ray's Wholesale Meats December 29, 2003, in Yakima, Washington. U.S. agriculture officials on December 28 insisted there was no risk to consumers from meat recalled in the first U.S. case of mad cow disease. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The recall of ground beef from Edmonton-based producer XL Foods has been expanded for the sixth time.

It also includes unlabelled ground beef products and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency recommends that consumers who aren't sure if they have affected product check with the stores that they purchased beef from or throw it out.

People reacted to the expansion of recalls on Twitter, some questioning the role of food inspectors to others suggesting it was time to invest in chicken.

See more of the reaction to the Alberta beef recall below.

Reaction To Alberta Beef Recall

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