Canadian study finds mislabeling of sausages that contain undeclared meatThis article is powered by Food Chemical News
A study of retail beef, pork, chicken and turkey sausages sold in Canada found that 20% of samples were mislabeled as containing only a single species of meat when they contained other undeclared species. The mislabeling of meat can pose food safety risks, the study warned.
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