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Thrifty's response to beef recall

Ralf Mundel, Thrifty Foods Director of Marketing, discusses how to identify beef that is affected by the massive recall over E. coli contamination from an Alberta meat processing plant, and what consumers should do with beef purchased from Thrifty's. 

Detailed information on the beef recall involving XL Foods is available from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at  www.inspection.gc.ca
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