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FOX News
Hundreds of foods in US contain 'ADA' plastics chemical, report findsis fully approved for use in food by the United States Food and Drug Administra
Hundreds of foods in US contain 'ADA' plastics chemical, report finds
FOX News / Posted 12 hours ago
is fully approved for use in food by the United States Food and Drug Administration and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. But ADA is banned as an additive in Australia and some European countries. As a food additive,... Read more
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CTV News
Ontario rabies outbreak linked to hitchhiking raccoonNew York state to ignite Ontario's first rabies outbreak in a decade. Susan Na
Ontario rabies outbreak linked to hitchhiking raccoon
CTV News / Posted 7 days ago
New York state to ignite Ontario's first rabies outbreak in a decade. Susan Nadin-Davis, a researcher with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency who focuses on rabies research, said she was surprised at the result and had to run tests again to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Southeastern N.Y. likely the source of Ontario raccoon rabies outbreakNew York state to ignite Ontario’s first rabies outbreak in a decade. Susan Na
Southeastern N.Y. likely the source of Ontario raccoon rabies outbreak
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 days ago
New York state to ignite Ontario’s first rabies outbreak in a decade. Susan Nadin-Davis, a researcher with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency who focuses on rabies research, says she was surprised at the result and had to run tests again to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canada: The world’s basket case of food producerspolicy wounds. In particular, he singles out federal and provincial regulatory
Canada: The world’s basket case of food producers
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 days ago
policy wounds. In particular, he singles out federal and provincial regulatory agencies like Health Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, provincial departments of agriculture, interprovincial barriers and so forth, all of which act as a... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
A growing demand for halal meatsee some of the shelves at Walmart and Loblaws are starting to cater to the hal
A growing demand for halal meat
Sarnia Observer / Posted 12 days ago
see some of the shelves at Walmart and Loblaws are starting to cater to the halal meat market.” As of April, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency rolled out new regulations requiring all halal meat to be labelled with the name of the organization... Read more
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CTV News
Sunflower seed recall expanded to include trail mixesalso being pulled from shelves. All of the recalls were prompted by fears of p
Sunflower seed recall expanded to include trail mixes
CTV News / Posted 14 days ago
also being pulled from shelves. All of the recalls were prompted by fears of possible Listeria contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says there have been no illnesses related to these products. Consumers should not eat the recalled... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Canada targets US truck washes in fight against killer pig virusin 16 months. Provincial government officials have identified three infected f
Canada targets US truck washes in fight against killer pig virus
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 15 days ago
in 16 months. Provincial government officials have identified three infected farms in the past two weeks, after Canada's food inspection agency in May revived a requirement that trucks delivering pigs to U.S. farms be washed before returning... Read more
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Abbotsford News
With small flocks come big problems for Langley chicken farmerfill out “flock sheets” — paperwork that must be submitted in advance of a kill
With small flocks come big problems for Langley chicken farmer
Abbotsford News / Posted 15 days ago
fill out “flock sheets” — paperwork that must be submitted in advance of a kill. “If we don’t have it, [the Canadian Food Inspection Agency] won’t let us kill the birds, but people don’t understand that,” he said. “It takes time and effort... Read more
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BC Local News
With small flocks come big problems for Langley chicken farmerfill out “flock sheets” — paperwork that must be submitted in advance of a kill
With small flocks come big problems for Langley chicken farmer
BC Local News / Posted 15 days ago
fill out “flock sheets” — paperwork that must be submitted in advance of a kill. “If we don’t have it, [the Canadian Food Inspection Agency] won’t let us kill the birds, but people don’t understand that,” he said. “It takes time and effort... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
With small flocks come big problems for Langley chicken farmerfill out “flock sheets” — paperwork that must be submitted in advance of a kill
With small flocks come big problems for Langley chicken farmer
Aldergrove Star / Posted 15 days ago
fill out “flock sheets” — paperwork that must be submitted in advance of a kill. “If we don’t have it, [the Canadian Food Inspection Agency] won’t let us kill the birds, but people don’t understand that,” he said. “It takes time and effort... Read more
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Langley Times
With small flocks come big problems for Langley chicken farmerfill out “flock sheets” — paperwork that must be submitted in advance of a kill
With small flocks come big problems for Langley chicken farmer
Langley Times / Posted 15 days ago
fill out “flock sheets” — paperwork that must be submitted in advance of a kill. “If we don’t have it, [the Canadian Food Inspection Agency] won’t let us kill the birds, but people don’t understand that,” he said. “It takes time and effort... Read more
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Ontario Farmer Daily
Ontario Farmera Manitoba Cooperator article quotes Cindy Pearson, national manager of the Pla
Ontario Farmer
Ontario Farmer Daily / Posted 15 days ago
a Manitoba Cooperator article quotes Cindy Pearson, national manager of the Plant Biosafety Office with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. “If there is a new trait in there, then it would trigger the need for a pre-market... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ottawa weighs options as farmers spar over U.S. milk proteinsThe trend has already generated a surplus of domestic skim milk. It’s also a b
Ottawa weighs options as farmers spar over U.S. milk proteins
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
The trend has already generated a surplus of domestic skim milk. It’s also a bureaucratic problem since Canada’s border agency treats the proteins differently than its food-inspection agency, resulting in tariff-free access. Canada’s... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Saputo expands Neilson chocolate milk recall over Listeria concernsuntil production stopped late Friday. The move followed a positive test on one
Saputo expands Neilson chocolate milk recall over Listeria concerns
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
until production stopped late Friday. The move followed a positive test on one of 70 random samples taken by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at a supermarket. Although no additional samples tested positive, the Montreal-based company said it... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Mucci Farms fined $1.5 million for false labelling on productsselling foreign-sourced vegetables — mostly from Mexico — that were falsely lab
Mucci Farms fined $1.5 million for false labelling on products
Sarnia Observer / Posted 18 days ago
selling foreign-sourced vegetables — mostly from Mexico — that were falsely labelled as being from Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Mucci Farms sold more than $1 million worth of falsely labelled non-Canadian vegetables to... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Mucci Farms fined $1.5 million for false labelling on productsselling foreign-sourced vegetables — mostly from Mexico — that were falsely lab
Mucci Farms fined $1.5 million for false labelling on products
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 18 days ago
selling foreign-sourced vegetables — mostly from Mexico — that were falsely labelled as being from Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Mucci Farms sold more than $1 million worth of falsely labelled non-Canadian vegetables to... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Mucci Farms fined $1.5 million for false labelling on productsselling foreign-sourced vegetables — mostly from Mexico — that were falsely lab
Mucci Farms fined $1.5 million for false labelling on products
Chatham Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
selling foreign-sourced vegetables — mostly from Mexico — that were falsely labelled as being from Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Mucci Farms sold more than $1 million worth of falsely labelled non-Canadian vegetables to... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Mucci Farms fined $1.5 million for false labelling on productsselling foreign-sourced vegetables — mostly from Mexico — that were falsely lab
Mucci Farms fined $1.5 million for false labelling on products
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 18 days ago
selling foreign-sourced vegetables — mostly from Mexico — that were falsely labelled as being from Canada. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said Mucci Farms sold more than $1 million worth of falsely labelled non-Canadian vegetables to... Read more
3 related stories
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Sarnia Observer
Chocolate milk recalledThe Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled a brand of chocolate milk beca
Chocolate milk recalled
Sarnia Observer / Posted 18 days ago
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled a brand of chocolate milk because of Listeria concerns. Neilson brand partly skimmed chocolate milk, manufactured by Saputo in Georgetown. The recalled products include 4L bags, and 2L, 1L, 750 ml,... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Chocolate milk recalledThe Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled a brand of chocolate milk beca
Chocolate milk recalled
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 18 days ago
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled a brand of chocolate milk because of Listeria concerns. Neilson brand partly skimmed chocolate milk, manufactured by Saputo in Georgetown. The recalled products include 4L bags, and 2L, 1L, 750 ml,... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Chocolate milk recalledThe Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled a brand of chocolate milk beca
Chocolate milk recalled
Chatham Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled a brand of chocolate milk because of Listeria concerns. Neilson brand partly skimmed chocolate milk, manufactured by Saputo in Georgetown. The recalled products include 4L bags, and 2L, 1L, 750 ml,... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Chocolate milk recalledThe Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled a brand of chocolate milk beca
Chocolate milk recalled
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 18 days ago
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled a brand of chocolate milk because of Listeria concerns. Neilson brand partly skimmed chocolate milk, manufactured by Saputo in Georgetown. The recalled products include 4L bags, and 2L, 1L, 750 ml,... Read more
144 related stories
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CTV News
More granola and energy bars recalled over Listeria fearsbars were sold in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Ontario,
More granola and energy bars recalled over Listeria fears
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
bars were sold in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says there have been no illnesses related to these products. Again, no illnesses have been linked to... Read more
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CTV News
Chocolate milk recall expanded after possible illnessescontamination. There have already been illnesses that may be linked with drink
Chocolate milk recall expanded after possible illnesses
CTV News / Posted 18 days ago
contamination. There have already been illnesses that may be linked with drinking these milk products, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency reports. Further lab testing is underway to confirm the link. Saputo Inc. announced on Saturday it... Read more
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CTV News
Neilson chocolate milk bags recalled over Listeria concernsInc. is recalling bags of Neilson brand partly skimmed chocolate milk due to po
Neilson chocolate milk bags recalled over Listeria concerns
CTV News / Posted 20 days ago
Inc. is recalling bags of Neilson brand partly skimmed chocolate milk due to possible Listeria contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the milk was sold in four litre bags with a best before date of June 1, 2016 in Ontario and... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Kashi trail mix bars, President’s Choice sunflower seed products recalled over Listeria fearsOTTAWA — Certain Kashi brand trail mix bars are being recalled due to possible
Kashi trail mix bars, President’s Choice sunflower seed products recalled over Listeria fears
Calgary Sun / Posted 20 days ago
OTTAWA — Certain Kashi brand trail mix bars are being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the products, which were sold nationally, should not be consumed. Kashi Trail Mix Whole Grain Bars, sold... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Different yolks for different folks: Why we judge an egg by its colourStates prefer a “#33” colour on their salmon, and that fish between "#22 and #2
Different yolks for different folks: Why we judge an egg by its colour
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
States prefer a “#33” colour on their salmon, and that fish between "#22 and #24” should be less expensive. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency allows for the use of such products, calling the Carophyll colouring agents “approved sources of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Manitoba pork industry faced with new outbreak of pig virusin the unnamed pig farm. Manitoba’s first new case of PED in about 16 months f
Manitoba pork industry faced with new outbreak of pig virus
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
in the unnamed pig farm. Manitoba’s first new case of PED in about 16 months follows a controversial move by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, effective May 1, to reinstate a rule requiring pig transport trucks to use U.S. truck washes the... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Canada’s food standards among the highestchemicals are being sprayed on the foods being imported into our country and in
Canada’s food standards among the highest
Chatham Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
chemicals are being sprayed on the foods being imported into our country and into your homes. Here in Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) monitors and tests the foods our farmers produce, the food products made in Canada, and the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Genetically modified salmon set to hit the marketsupermarket shelves, but are retailers and consumers prepared? After four year
Genetically modified salmon set to hit the market
Brandon Sun / Posted 23 days ago
supermarket shelves, but are retailers and consumers prepared? After four years of testing, Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency have approved AquaBounty Technologies’ genetically modified salmon for retail sale in Canada. Given... Read more
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BC Local News
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientistspurchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds.
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientists
BC Local News / Posted 24 days ago
purchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds. Previously, it had relied on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to lead that process. And last week, the province, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), and... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientistspurchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds.
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientists
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 27 days ago
purchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds. Previously, it had relied on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to lead that process. And last week, the province, along with the CFIA, held a four-day training... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientistspurchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds.
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientists
Abbotsford News / Posted 27 days ago
purchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds. Previously, it had relied on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to lead that process. And last week, the province, along with the CFIA, held a four-day training... Read more
4 related stories
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Aldergrove Star
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientistspurchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds.
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientists
Aldergrove Star / Posted 27 days ago
purchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds. Previously, it had relied on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to lead that process. And last week, the province, along with the CFIA, held a four-day training... Read more
4 related stories
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Langley Times
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientistspurchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds.
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientists
Langley Times / Posted 27 days ago
purchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds. Previously, it had relied on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to lead that process. And last week, the province, along with the CFIA, held a four-day training... Read more
4 related stories
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Mission City Record
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientistspurchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds.
Quick euthanization key during next avian influenza outbreak: scientists
Mission City Record / Posted 27 days ago
purchased its own equipment to use CO2 to kill large numbers of affected birds. Previously, it had relied on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to lead that process. And last week, the province, along with the CFIA, held a four-day training... Read more
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CBC.ca
When eating your veggies isn't good for youMay 16, the CFIA announced a recall of Quaker Harvest quinoa granola bars becau
When eating your veggies isn't good for you
CBC.ca / Posted 27 days ago
May 16, the CFIA announced a recall of Quaker Harvest quinoa granola bars because of Listeria concerns. (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) "Once it's in the machine it will probably put Listeria on every product that machine... Read more
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Hamilton News
May 27: Not funny, a little fishy, LRT dollars and other letters to the editorcustomers by advertising that its products contain no growth hormones, antibiot
May 27: Not funny, a little fishy, LRT dollars and other letters to the editor
Hamilton News / Posted 28 days ago
customers by advertising that its products contain no growth hormones, antibiotics etc. Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency are allowing more additives in the form of growth hormones in our salmon. It is far beyond the time... Read more
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BC Local News
Genetically modified salmon approved for sale in Canadaintended to sell the fish as fillets; live fish would not be imported. Since t
Genetically modified salmon approved for sale in Canada
BC Local News / Posted 29 days ago
intended to sell the fish as fillets; live fish would not be imported. Since then Health Canada, as well as the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Fisheries and Oceans Canada have conducted scientific assessments to ensure the safety and... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Genetically modified salmon approved for sale in Canadaintended to sell the fish as fillets; live fish would not be imported. Since t
Genetically modified salmon approved for sale in Canada
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
intended to sell the fish as fillets; live fish would not be imported. Since then Health Canada, as well as the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Fisheries and Oceans Canada have conducted scientific assessments to ensure the safety and... Read more
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The Sault Star
Entomica, CEO claim science awardsin an interview in the bug lab. Entomica is the first science centre in Canada
Entomica, CEO claim science awards
The Sault Star / Posted 29 days ago
in an interview in the bug lab. Entomica is the first science centre in Canada believed to receive approval by the Canada Food Inspection Agency to take exotics out of containment facilities and move them into the community. The application was... Read more
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BC Local News
GMO salmon prompts Kelowna residents to march(at this march) year after year, because they keep putting garbage food on our
GMO salmon prompts Kelowna residents to march
BC Local News / Posted a month ago
(at this march) year after year, because they keep putting garbage food on our shelves." Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced May 19 that they completed thorough and rigorous scientific reviews of the world's first GMO... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
GMO salmon prompts Kelowna residents to march(at this march) year after year, because they keep putting garbage food on our
GMO salmon prompts Kelowna residents to march
Kelowna Capital News / Posted a month ago
(at this march) year after year, because they keep putting garbage food on our shelves." Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced May 19 that they completed thorough and rigorous scientific reviews of the world's first GMO... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
British Columbia’s oyster sector focuses on protocol, safetyevery last oyster they had shipped after a certain date was accounted for. Alo
British Columbia’s oyster sector focuses on protocol, safety
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
every last oyster they had shipped after a certain date was accounted for. Along with a recall – issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) after dozens of people got sick as a result of eating raw oysters contaminated with a bacterium... Read more
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The Scientist
GM Salmon Approved in CanadaHealth Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency last week (May 19) approv
GM Salmon Approved in Canada
The Scientist / Posted 1 months ago
Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency last week (May 19) approved AquaBounty Technologies’s genetically modified (GM) AquAdvantage salmon for sale as food in the country, CBC News reported. The fish is the first GM animal approved in... Read more
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BC Local News
Disease found in salmon on one fish farm in B.C. but more research needed: studyno salmon deaths, while up to 20 per cent of fish die in others. The disease i
Disease found in salmon on one fish farm in B.C. but more research needed: study
BC Local News / Posted 1 months ago
no salmon deaths, while up to 20 per cent of fish die in others. The disease is not considered reportable by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency or the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health. The research using new technology and... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Disease found in salmon on one fish farm in B.C. but more research needed: studyno salmon deaths, while up to 20 per cent of fish die in others. The disease i
Disease found in salmon on one fish farm in B.C. but more research needed: study
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 1 months ago
no salmon deaths, while up to 20 per cent of fish die in others. The disease is not considered reportable by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency or the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health. The research using new technology and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Disease found in salmon on one fish farm in B.C. but more research needed: studyno salmon deaths, while up to 20 per cent of fish die in others. The disease i
Disease found in salmon on one fish farm in B.C. but more research needed: study
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
no salmon deaths, while up to 20 per cent of fish die in others. The disease is not considered reportable by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency or the Paris-based World Organisation for Animal Health. The research using new technology and... Read more
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iol.co.za
Canada says GM salmon are safe to eatmodified foods. Some are concerned they may pose risks to the environment or to
Canada says GM salmon are safe to eat
iol.co.za / Posted 1 months ago
modified foods. Some are concerned they may pose risks to the environment or to health. Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said that the AquAdvantage salmon developed by Massachusetts-based AquaBounty Technologies had been... Read more
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CTV News
Health Canada approves salmon genetically modified to grow more quicklythe salmon “frankenfish,” but Health Canada said in a statement Thursday that i
Health Canada approves salmon genetically modified to grow more quickly
CTV News / Posted 1 months ago
the salmon “frankenfish,” but Health Canada said in a statement Thursday that its scientists, along with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, has tested the salmon and found it to be “as safe and nutritious for humans and livestock as... Read more
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