Breaking News – again Junction Meat company files for bankruptcy after more Food safety offences


The building used by Ryding Regency Meat Packers, now occupied by a a company named TruHarvest Meats,  a Junction, based meat processing company, filed for bankruptcy on June 15, after once again receiving Food safety offences brought by the Food Inspection Agency.

The company located on Glen Scarlet Rd in the Junction had just been closed by the government in 2019 and then restarted under new ownership.

Listing approximately $5.2 million in assets and $10.4 million in liabilities, including $7.4 million to Tri-Pet Holdings Incorporated. In 2019, the company closed after the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (“CFIA“) revoked its processing licence due to ongoing food safety concerns. On June 10, 2021, the CFIA laid charges against the company for various alleged offences of the Safe Food for Canadians Act and the Food and Drugs ActSchwartz Levitsky Feldman is the bankruptcy trustee.


Story 1st reported by Insolvency insider.

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