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Food Safety Survey Results

We are happy to release a new poll today that takes a snapshot of Canadian opinions of the subject of food safety.

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Several publications have noted that areas with high cattle densities have higher disease prevalence than urban areas.

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Chicken and ground beef are the riskiest meats, according to a new ranking released by the Center for Science in the Public Interest in Washington, DC on Tuesday.

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