U.S. Audit Raised ‘Significant Questions’ About Canadian Meat Inspections

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has found “systemic” inspection and sanitation problems during its most recent audit of Canada’s meat, poultry and egg inspection systems, issues American officials say “raise significant questions about the Canadian system.”

The most “significant” concern, U.S. auditors said, was that Canadian government plant inspectors were not checking for residual feces and digestive waste materials on each carcass in slaughterhouses prior to export.

“Auditors noted that government inspectors appear to not be conducting

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