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McDonald's Canada cited "unprecedented COVID-19 impacts on the Canadian beef supply chain" for its decision to import meat and temporarily remove Angus burgers from its Canadian menu.
The "unprecedented" impacts include the closure of Cargill's Alberta, Canada, plant after employees tested positive for coronavirus.
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"Until Canada's beef supply stabilizes, we will source as much Canadian beef as we can and then supplement with imported beef," McDonald's said in a statement.