Canada - Listeriosis outbreak result of 'leadership void'

The listeriosis outbreak in meat products in Canada during 2008, that killed 22 people and led to massive amounts of pork and other meat recalls, was the result of a 'void in leadership' within the federal Canadian government.
Monday 27 July 2009 (8 years 11 months 21 days ago)
The listeriosis outbreak in meat products in Canada during 2008, that killed 22 people and led to massive amounts of pork and other meat recalls, was the result of a 'void in leadership' within the federal Canadian government.

That is, in short the highly critical conclusion of a report by Sheila Weatherill, an independent investigator, who released her report Tuesday.

She said that company officials and overworked meat inspectors failed to identify a persistent listeria problem at a Maple Leaf Foods plant at the Maple Leaf Foods Bartor Road plant in Toronto.

http://www.meatinternational.com/news/canada-listeriosis-outbreak-result-of-leadership-void-id1658.html

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