Study finds Canada's standards little changed since outbreak

Sharpened focus on food safety in Canada in the wake of the 2008 listeriosis crisis, the quality of the country's food-safety system remains essentially unchanged, a newly published ranking concludes.

By SARAH SCHMIDT, Canwest News Service
June 3, 2010

Sharpened focus on food safety in Canada in the wake of the 2008 listeriosis crisis, the quality of the country's food-safety system remains essentially unchanged, a newly published ranking concludes.

Overall, Canada nudged up a spot in the international food-safety rankings of 17 countries to tie the United States for fourth spot and to earn accolades as "one of the best-performing countries" in the 2010 Food Safety Performance World Ranking study.

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