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Egg farms violated safety rules


September 1, 2010
By The New York Times

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September 1, 2010 – Barns infested with flies,
maggots and scurrying rodents, and overflowing manure pits were among the
widespread food safety problems that federal inspectors found at a group of
Iowa egg farms at the heart of a nationwide recall and salmonella outbreak.


September 1, 2010 – Barns infested with flies,
maggots and scurrying rodents, and overflowing manure pits were among the
widespread food safety problems that federal inspectors found at a group of
Iowa egg farms at the heart of a nationwide recall and salmonella outbreak.

Inspection reports
released by the Food and Drug Administration described possible ways that
salmonella could have been spread undetected through the vast complexes of two
companies.

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