加拿大食品检验局（Canadian Food Inspection Agency）
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has banned
the business licenses of three meat companies.
The three companies were linked to a huge recall of meat products,
with nearly 900 types of beef and veal products being recycled.
With immediate effect, the three companies are no longer allowed
to slaughter animals or produce meat.
The three companies whose licenses were banned by the Food Inspection Agency
Ryding-Regency Meat Packers Ltd，
are Ryding-Regency Meat Packers Ltd,
Canadian Select Meats Inc.
Canadian Select Meats Inc.,
及The Beef Boutique Ltd.
and The Beef Boutique Ltd.
The latter two companies both operate
St. Ann’s Foods Inc.的名义经营
under the name St. Ann’s Foods Inc.
The three meat companies whose licences
have been revoked are all based in Toronto.
The three companies whose licenses have been revoked
are not allowed to slaughter animals or prepare meat products,
nor are they allowed to export or sell to other provinces.
The Food Inspection Bureau said:
“The authorities found in a food safety investigation that
the results of the three companies’ tests for E. coli
were incorrect or misleading.”