October 21, 2018

CFIA Suspends Operations at St. Ann’s Foods

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has suspended operations at St. Ann’s Foods, Establishment 287, effective February 7, 2013. The company failed to correct deficiencies in hygienic practices that were found in earlier inspections.

Warning Recall SignWhile St. Ann’s Foods had an acceptable action plan that they presented to the government, they did not demonstrate “consistent or full implementation of the corrective measures within the required timeframe and this has resulted in the license suspension.” There are no food recalls associated with this suspension. No consumer illnesses have been reported in connection with any of St. Ann’s Foods products.

The plant is located in St. Ann’s, Ontario. The facility slaughters and processes beef.

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