Inspectors Hope To Find Ginger Beef Bacteria Source

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The recent recall of Ginger Beef from the Calgary’s Ginger Beef Corp. has triggered an extensive investigation since this product may or may not have allegedly made its way into the U.S. market.

According to recent news from various sources, federal inspectors are trying to come to a conclusion regarding the root of the contamination that resulted in this product’s recall.

Food Safety specialists and inspectors from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency have stated that monocytogenes were spotted in a recent sampling from the manufacturer’s facility.

The reason behind the extensive investigation lies in the fact that a contaminated product may have come to be infected due to bacteria that originated from a third party. Determining the root of the issue will subsequently save countless lives by keeping the contamination restrained.

The company claims that the safety of their consumers is a priority. Regardless of the fact there was only one alleged item that was found to be contaminated, the company is not willing to take any chances. Since the recall was issued, there haven’t been any reports of illnesses related to the possible contaminated product.

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