Canadian officials won’t release any information about an E. coli investigation involving beef despite the fact that more than 860 products have been recalled. The CFIA has warned five countries about the recalled meat. 

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) posted the first recall related to the investigation on Oct. 3. It involved an undisclosed amount of beef and veal from St. Ann’s Foods Inc. and Ryding-Regency Meat Packers Ltd. That recall and the 20 that have followed all said the action was “triggered by the CFIA’s inspection activities.” But the government will not reveal what the specific inspection trigger was.

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