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There are now 75 people from across the country who have joined a $17-million class-action lawsuit against the company that
The plant at the centre of an extensive beef recall has resumed shipping products for the first time since an E. coli outbreak
XL Foods is dumping beef tainted with E.coli into a landfill in Brooks, Alta. The company took about 1.3 million pounds of
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says inspectors did not find any E.coli contamination in 5,100 beef carcasses that were
XL Foods has signed a management agreement with JBS USA, the largest animal protein company in the world, XL Foods announced
A few additions have been made to the XL Foods beef recall list in the past week. Some of the products added include beef
The Alberta meat plant at the centre of an international meat recall because of an E. coli outbreak could reopen as soon
XL Foods management has asked 800 of the 2,000 workers that were laid off Saturday to return to work to the meat processing
Staff and union officials attached to the embattled XL Foods meat processing plant in Alberta expressed shock after the company
XL Foods, the chain behind the biggest beef recall in Canadian history, announced Saturday that it is temporarily laying