New E. coli case linked to XL Foods beef plant in Alberta; total cases now 18

Nov 14, 2012 Read more: Canadian Business Magazine

A new case of E. coli has been linked to the XL Foods beef plant at the centre of an extensive product recall.

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Anonymous

Addition Hills, Philippines

#1 Nov 14, 2012
We have to be careful of the food we eat.Food poisoning can be prevented. Choose our food well and mostly eat fruits and vegetables for a healthier body.

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