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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has expanded its beef recall to products carried in every major grocery chain in Canada.
Meat sold across the country, both ground and used in products like burgers, meatloaf, sausages and sliders, may be contaminated with E. coli.
The warning issued Monday that identified the Kirkland Signature (sold at Costco and Walmart) and Safeway brands has been revised to include dozens of beef products produced for Loblaws, Sobeys, IGA, Foodland and Metro stores, as well as smaller chains like No Frills and SuperValu.
The complete list of affected products, voluntarily recalled by Edmonton-based XL foods, is available on the CFIA's website at inspection.gc.ca.
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