CANADA: Farm organisation says union food safety adverts are fear-mongering
A new radio advert run by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union has caused controversy among farmers. The advert asks listeners how they know whether meat in a hamburger is safe, or whether an apple hasn't been soaked in pesticide. "The truth is, in Ontario, you don't know," continues the advert, "because the Conservative government has chopped environmental staff and slashed the number of permanent provincial food inspectors to almost zero."
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