XL Foods back under the microscope today
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it won't rush into re-opening the Alberta meat plant responsible for the massive beef recall.
Inspectors begin what they call a detailed assessment of the X-L Foods plant today.
The agency says re-opening the operation will be a gradual process that begins with determining whether the company has addressed all the deficiencies found by inspectors.
Meantime, the beef recall has now gone global.
Officials in Hong Kong warning a small amount of the affected products have been sold there and is warning consumers not to eat the beef.