January 19, 2018

CFIA Suspends Operating License of Beef Slaughter Plant

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has suspended the operating license of Northern Natural Processing, Establishment 659, effective July 10, 2014. the slaughter plant is located in Neudorf, Saskatchewan.

Beef CarcassThe license was suspended because the company did not implement corrective measures as required by law to ensure the safety of meat products produced at that facility. There is no word on what the problem is or what the food safety violations were. There is also no word on whether or not any illnesses have occurred relating to these alleged violations.

The CFIA has determined that adequate controls for food safety were not being implemented on a insistent basis. The plant will not reopen until the “necessary corrective measures” have been taken and the government is confidence in the facility’s ability to manage food safety risks. Licenses of federally regulated establishments can be suspended for not complying with government regulations.

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