Health/Nutrition/Food Safety

Canada: Potato Board brings reward to an end

Despite being as high as $500,000 at one point, a reward offered by the Prince Edward Island Potato Board in the hope of catching those responsible for a series of tampering incidents in the Island crop over the past year has failed to have the desired result. The general manager of the PEI Potato Board said November 5 police were still checking into some tips and, if none of them lead to an arrest, Greg Donald said the money will be returned to the people who donated it. He explained the money was always kept in a separate account and donors were told from the outset the money would be returned if the reward was not claimed. The reward, originally set at $50,000, was established in late 2014. More

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