Inspectors Try, Try Again

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, implicated in the sale of tainted meat to consumers, is inviting the public to comment on food safety. The agency said it welcomes input on new measures to prevent food poisonings. Federal investigators earlier cited the agency as slow in protecting Canadians in the XL Foods incident.

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