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dc.contributor.authorExternal Relations, University of Regina
dc.description.abstractA new study by researchers at the University of Regina finds that more than two-thirds of people surveyed think Maple Leaf Foods did a good job of handling the recall of its meat products in 2008. The study finds that 69% of respondents who heard about the recall believe Maple Leaf Foods managed the recall well or very well. However, one-quarter of those respondents who had eaten Maple Leaf products before the recall have not bought their products since the recall.en_US
dc.publisherExternal Relations, University of Reginaen_US
dc.subjectMaple Leaf Foodsen_US
dc.subjectSylvain Charleboisen_US
dc.subjectLisa Watsonen_US
dc.titleRelease: Study by U of R Researchers Finds Maple Leaf Foods Handled Recall Effectively, but Many Consumers are Still Concerned About Food Safetyen_US

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