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  • Ed
    July 02, 2010 - 13:23

    Perhaps Canadian meat regulators should look into a made in Canada company, Vacci Test. Vacci Test has proven in the U.S.A. to be 50 times more accurate in testing for e-coli and listeria and in same shift time (ie. 8 hours or less). Of course, because it is a Canadian compony out of Calgary, Canada will be the last to get on board while the rest of the world benefits. Check out the website www.vaccitest.com

  • Andrew
    July 02, 2010 - 13:21

    Because the people in charge of Canada care more about America, Americans, and Money more than their own people. Surprise surprise.

  • Agnes
    July 02, 2010 - 13:13

    Many inspection agencies do not have the ability to shut down factories that are repeat offenders (repeatedly failing inspection tests), so until more strict closure policies are put in place there will be more factories producing poisonous meat (and other products).

    The world dependence on meat has created these mass factory farms, and mass butchering and packaging factories. Not only are the animals mistreated, the employees are equally exploited. There are a couple companies that control production of meat (and other products), and they hire illegal foreign workers. The foreign workers are then arrested/deported for working illegally however, the companies are never reprimanded for their actions.

    Consumers can take control! Stop supporting an industry that is trying to kill you, and keep you uninformed.

  • Ed
    July 01, 2010 - 20:08

    Perhaps Canadian meat regulators should look into a made in Canada company, Vacci Test. Vacci Test has proven in the U.S.A. to be 50 times more accurate in testing for e-coli and listeria and in same shift time (ie. 8 hours or less). Of course, because it is a Canadian compony out of Calgary, Canada will be the last to get on board while the rest of the world benefits. Check out the website www.vaccitest.com

  • Andrew
    July 01, 2010 - 20:04

    Because the people in charge of Canada care more about America, Americans, and Money more than their own people. Surprise surprise.

  • Agnes
    July 01, 2010 - 19:51

    Many inspection agencies do not have the ability to shut down factories that are repeat offenders (repeatedly failing inspection tests), so until more strict closure policies are put in place there will be more factories producing poisonous meat (and other products).

    The world dependence on meat has created these mass factory farms, and mass butchering and packaging factories. Not only are the animals mistreated, the employees are equally exploited. There are a couple companies that control production of meat (and other products), and they hire illegal foreign workers. The foreign workers are then arrested/deported for working illegally however, the companies are never reprimanded for their actions.

    Consumers can take control! Stop supporting an industry that is trying to kill you, and keep you uninformed.