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XL Foods Beef Recall: Updated List Of Products Recalled Due To E. Coli Concerns

10/02/2012 08:05 EDT | Updated 10/04/2012 03:55 EDT
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US beef laden with ractopamine, a controversial additive used to promote lean meat, is dumped into a furnace in downtown Taipei on March 12, 2012. More than six tonnes of such beef imported by a local company that contained the drug allowed in the US but banned in Taiwan was destroyed. The move came as Taiwanese government is mulling a plan to lift a ban on ractopamine-treated US beef to facilitate stalled trade talks with the US, a key trading partner and arms supplier of the politically isolated island. AFP PHOTO / Mandy CHENG (Photo credit should read Mandy Cheng/AFP/Getty Images)

The recall of beef from Alberta's XL Foods that has been tied to five E. coli cases in Alberta is now the biggest beef recall in Canadian history.

Find an updated list of products recalled due to the E. coli threat below. You can also find a list of the recalled products on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's website.

The USDA also has a full list of American retailers that may have received shipments of Canadian beef.

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