CANADA: XL Foods gets US clearance after e. coli scare

By Michelle Russell | 11 December 2012

The facility owned by Canada's XL Foods at the centre of an e. coli scare has been allowed to resume exports to the US.

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The facility owned by Canada's XL Foods at the centre of an e. coli scare has been allowed to resume exports to the US.

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