Too Much Beef Too Fast The Reason For E. Coli Scare: Union

Too Much Beef Too Fast The Reason For E. Coli Scare: Union

Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press  10.10.2012
BROOKS, Alta. - The union for workers at an Alberta meat packer shut down over E. coli concerns says the pace of slaughter operations forces...
XL Foods Plant Conditions Still Not Safe, Union Claims

XL Foods Plant Conditions Still Not Safe, Union Claims

10.10.2012
The union representing workers at XL Foods Inc. is calling for a public inquiry into the massive beef recall at the company's meat-packing...
What Canada's Meat Industry Needs To Do Better

What Canada's Meat Industry Needs To Do Better

10.10.2012
The meat recall now underway, the largest in Canadian history, has put not only E. coli bacteria under the microscope but the meat inspection...
Saskatchewan E.Coli Cases Not Linked To Recall: Province

Saskatchewan E.Coli Cases Not Linked To Recall: Province

10.10.2012
According to provincial health officials, more than a dozen cases of E. coli in Saskatchewan are likely not connected to the XL Foods beef...
So, What Is Safe To Eat During The Beef Recall?

So, What Is Safe To Eat During The Beef Recall?

10. 9.2012
The ever expanding beef recall in Alberta has raised many concerns about the possibility of consumers contracting E. coli and the health...
Saskatchewan E. Coli Scare Not Linked To Recall

Saskatchewan E. Coli Scare Not Linked To Recall

John Cotter, The Canadian Press  10. 9.2012
EDMONTON - The owners of an Alberta plant behind a massive recall of beef products say they have fixed the problems that forced food safety...
I <i>Loved</i> Alberta Beef?

I Loved Alberta Beef?

10. 9.2012
The E. coli scare may have an industry reeling, government’s stuttering and consumers skipping the meat aisle. But one cheeky and creative...
Federal Inspectors Begin 'Detailed Assessment'

Federal Inspectors Begin 'Detailed Assessment'

10. 9.2012
XL Foods, the plant at the centre of a massive E. coli-related beef recall, says it has addressed all the safety issues and concerns raised...
How <em>Should</em> A Company Manage A Meat Recall Crisis?

How Should A Company Manage A Meat Recall Crisis?

10. 9.2012
After a deadly strain of listeria turned up in luncheon meats and other Maple Leaf Foods products in August 2008, the company's CEO did...
CFIA To Conduct Detailed Assessment Of Alberta Beef Plant

CFIA To Conduct Detailed Assessment Of Alberta Beef Plant

Stephanie Levitz, The Canadian Press  10. 8.2012
OTTAWA - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency will be conducting a detailed assessment on Tuesday of the Alberta processing plant at the...
B.C. Confirms First E.Coli Case

B.C. Confirms First E.Coli Case

The Canadian Press  10. 8.2012
VANCOUVER - A Nanaimo resident has become the first person in British Columbia confirmed to have been sickened by tainted beef processed...
XL Foods Beef Made It WHERE Across The Ocean?

XL Foods Beef Made It WHERE Across The Ocean?

10. 8.2012
The newest addition to Alberta's XL Foods beef recall has crossed an ocean making its way to Hong Kong. Hong Kong’s Centre for Food Safety...
Higher Steaks For U.S.

Higher Steaks For U.S.

The Canadian Press  10. 8.2012
EDMONTON - The U.S. Food Safety Inspection Service has almost tripled its estimate of the amount of recalled beef that was imported from...
Beef Recall Expands To More B.C. Retailers

Beef Recall Expands To More B.C. Retailers

10. 7.2012
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has expanded its list of recalled beef products to include three British Columbia retailers. ...