Quebec seeks to crack down on meat fraud

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The Quebec government wants to crack down on fraudulent meat-packaging practices at supermarkets in the province, and is promising to immediately boost inspections of minced meat.

Food and Agriculture Minister Laurent Lessard said his ministry is concerned about recent reports that suggest pork is finding its way into ground beef and ground veal.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.