Do you really know what you are eating for dinner tonight?
A study by the University of Guelph looked at samples of sausage collected by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) from 100 grocery stores across Canada. They found that 14 per cent of them contained meat from a source other than what was labeled.
Sausages labelled as beef were found to have sheep, pork, or chicken. Some chicken sausages were found to have turkey.
One concern is that the source of the mystery meat cannot be traced.
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