August 29, 2005
Just when you think all the ballyhoo about the
Canadian border is over, someone has to go and push the “fools button”.
The calamity of errors over the Canadian import rule and BSE testing
continue; this time it was the Canadian Food Safety Agency that messed
up. You would think that with the sensitivity toward BSE and trade with
Canada that the agencies would go out of their way to insure accuracy of
import and testing standards.
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