I know I haven't been posting enough recently.
Life is unpredictable and not always friendly.
So I'm going to try harder!
Here's a current Ontario legal case that I found illuminating.
"...it is illegal to sell raw milk, which health officials warn can contain dangerous pathogens..."
From the article about Ontario farmer Michael Schmidt in the Toronto Star
Raw milk crusader awaits verdict
But I guess it's ok to sell deli meats which also can also contain dangerous pathogens...
But Maple Leaf Foods accepts the blame and is sorry, so all is forgiven?
Maybe we should be banning salami?
If the recommended standard operating procedures for cleaning the slicers didn't work for Maple Leaf, how many other big processors are following the same practices?
There's more than health safety going on here!