against the Peanut Corporation of America.
Local eyewitness news reported that authorities began a criminal investigation into the Peanut Corporation of America’s (PCA) Georgia facility because of the link to the salmonella outbreak.
Throughout their investigation in the Georgia plant, FDA found a complete mess: a leaking roof, mold, and roaches.
This investigation into PCA comes after Minnesota officials found salmonella in an open tub of peanut butter manufactured by PCA. More information led to FDA finding PCA already had salmonella problems; however PCA continued to sell the products! -InjuryBoard.com
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