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Reports Indicate Nestle Plant Denied FDA Requests During Previous Inspections

The Wall Street Journal reports, “The Nestle USA plant at the center of a federal probe into an E. coli outbreak involving cookie dough refused to give inspectors access to pest-control records, environmental-testing programs and other information, according to newly released inspection reports covering the past five years.” Among other things, the documents show that in September 2006, “managers at the Danville, Va., plant refused to allow a Food and Drug Administration inspector to review consumer complaints or inspect its program designed to prevent food contamination.” One year prior to that inspection, “officials at the Nestle plant presented another FDA inspector with a list of things it wouldn’t do,” including “review the firm’s consumer complaint file,” allow photography, “sign affidavits or receipts and…provide specific information on interstate commerce.”

From the American Association for Justice news release.

Bob Kraft

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