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For instance, in Canada, a best-before sticker must appear on almost all prepackaged foods that will keep fresh for 90 days or less, Kirsten Mattison of Health Canada's bureau of microbial hazards told CBC News on Friday.“They have a lot of specialty offerings, a lot of European foods.” On Monday, the store had not yet posted anything saying it is closing, nor had it advertised any going-out-of-business sales.Some shelves inside the store were not fully stocked.The grocer has been in business since 2005, priding itself on daily deliveries of produce and meats along with friendly customer service.Joseph's will close soon, store officials said Monday.The Times said it used a Freedom of Information request to obtain details of the full extent of the hygiene problems.Mr Oliver’s butchery is also one of only 19 out of 1,659 food outlets in the City to receive an “A hazardous” rating from the City of London Corporation. The butchery closed voluntarily after the inspection in January but the company said last night that the mould found on the carcasses did not make the meat “unfit for human consumption”, as the report states.The Canadian Partnership for Consumer Food Safety says refrigeration slows down but does not stop bacterial growth, so food can still go bad.Some food can be frozen to keep beyond its best-before date, but how long it can be safely frozen depends on the type of food and its ingredients.Barbecoa, located near St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London, closed its doors for 24 hours after public health officers scored it one out of five in January. Carcasses hanging in basement chillers were found to have mould growing on them, slicers and vacuum packers were left dirty and expensive wagyu beef, marrow bone, oxtail, onglet, and lomo de caña, a Spanish-style pork, were found to be past their use-by dates, The Times reported.In one case chicken breasts which had been de-boned were removed from their box, vacuum packed and relabelled with a date set for a week later, City of London inspectors said. The butcher’s shop, which supplies meat for the expensive restaurant upstairs of the same name, was found to have dirty fridge door handles, inadequate washing facilities for staff, poor lighting, damaged flooring and a “heavy presence” of mouse droppings.