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ADM Windsor canola meal shipments can resume

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has dropped Archer Daniels Midland’s canola crushing plant in Windsor, Ontario from its list of plants that are under import restrictions due to salmonella concerns, easing measures that sharply cut Canadian shipments of the livestock feed to its biggest export market.

The FDA removed the Windsor plant from its posted import-alert list, which flags plants for concerns about salmonella bacteria in animal feed, according to an update on the regulator’s website on Tuesday.

FDA restrictions remain in place against an ADM canola plants in Lloydminster, Alberta, and one owned by Viterra in Manitoba, according to the FDA.


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