Tainted Peanut Lessons Remain For Food Industry – Attorney
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Recalls linked to 2009 distribution of PCA’s tainted products made more firms focus on supplier verification and improving supply chain security, but Sunland’s problems in 2012 illustrated more needs to be done, says lawyer Sarah Brew.
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