The FDA refused 19 shipments of Canadian canola meal from Cargill in October after finding they contained the harmful bacteria salmonella, according to Reuters. According to the report:
The shipments all come from Cargill’s Clavet, Saskatchewan canola-crushing plant, according to reports posted on the FDA’s website. The plant was already under shipping restrictions from the FDA for earlier canola meal shipments with salmonella.
Cargill did not provide a statement or response for the story.