Supply management: better food quality?
We’re told that supply management is suppose to improve the quality of dairy, chicken and turkey products, table eggs, and broiler hatching eggs. Why then do Canadians still find blood spotted eggs and bloody, antibiotics-laced poultry on their plates?
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