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November 17, 2009

Cargill Canola Stopped at Border (from Food Safety News)

Cargill Canola Stopped At Border By FDA

It is not too far-fetched to say that trainloads of canola oil manufactured at Cargill Limited's seed processing facility at Clavet, Saskatchewan are being turned back at the border by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA).

October's "import refusal report" by FDA shows three Cargill canola oil shipments being turned back on Oct. 12 and then another 14 shipments via the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad being stopped on Oct. 30.  It was to be used for animal feed in the U.S.
Click on the link to keep reading.  The canola was refused because of possible Salmonella contamination.  This caught my eye because I was on a panel on Importation issues just last month for the Minnesota State Bar Association Food and Drug Law Section. 

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