The letter was publicly released by CFIA as it also contained an extensive review of the conduct of Canada’s largest meat recall commenced by XL Foods Inc. Furthermore, the letter specifically added remedial proceedings for the errors identified at the plant by the CFIA. The letter was addressed to the associate vice-president of CFIA, Barbara Jordan, and sent by both co-CEOs of XL Foods Inc., Brian and Lee Nilsson.
The all-embracing investigation of CFIA had pointed out clogged carcass washer on the kill floor, which led the company to admit that malfunctioning of machinery equipment might have been the key basis of the contaminated meat produced on Aug. 23. The report of CFIA enlisted numerous of deficiencies at the meat plant, taking care of them all, XL Foods Inc. has programmed its corrective action for each problem.