Three Canadian meat producers have lost their licences in wake of meat recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has cancelled the licences of three companies tied to a massive meat recall that ensnared nearly 900 beef and veal products, stopping the companies from slaughtering animals or preparing meat products "effective immediately.

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