XL Foods meat recall revives food irradiation idea
Food irradiation could help stem the safety risks that result in massive recalls like the recent one involving Alberta's XL Foods Inc., experts say.
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#2 Oct 11, 2012
Codex Alimentarius is a few years late because legislators could not get Bills passed here in Canada, but the scare tactics by the media have been ramped up recently. A sneaky way to get control of our food and mineral supply? Check out Dr. Rima Laibow speaking of Codex Alimentarius from about 5 years ago. She called it and warned us of the slippery slope. WHO using trade organizations to pressure governments into conforming.
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