Canada to increase food inspection

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is beefing up its meat and poultry inspections after a USDA request to increase inspection frequency to meet U.S. food-safety standards.
Friday 19 March 2010 (8 years 7 months 26 days ago)
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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is beefing up its meat and poultry inspections after a USDA request to increase inspection frequency to meet U.S. food-safety standards.

Canada’s increased inspection has had to rely on inspectors working overtime, and Canada wants to hire more inspectors. CFIA reports that the agency has $13 million in the budget to hire up to 100 new meat and poultry inspectors in 2010.

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