The Canadian Food Inspection Agency made dozens of additions on Sunday to its list of possibly contaminated beef products which came from an Alberta plant.
The CFIA has made the list of stores and products affected by the potential E.coli contamination so long that consumers are now advised to inquire at the point of purchase whether the beef they're buying came from XL Foods.
E.coli bacteria was first detected at the XL plant in Brooks, Alta. on Sept. 4, but it wasn't until three weeks later that the CFIA suspended the plant's operating license until measures are implemented to ensure its products are safe.
A full list of affect products and stores can be found here:.