Here's the latest, from Manitoba agribusiness reporter Bill Redekop at the Winnipeg Free Press:
The Cavers continue selling meat, but not charcuterie.
Then in June, inspectors told the couple not to sell any cured meat. An inspector made a follow-up visit in July. Clint asked what they could do to make the charcuterie saleable and the inspector said he'd get back to them. Then came the raid in August. The Cavers insist they had complied with the province's order and not sold any of the meat since June.The story's not yet over. The province is insisting that the Cavers add nitrates to their cured meats; the Cavers are rather sure they can produce safe products without it.