FDA Discovers Filthy Conditions at Kellogg Plant in Georgia

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration found “potentially harmful bacteria and unsanitary conditions” at a Kellogg plant in Georgia, the Wall Street Journal reported.  The conditions included pooling water and flies near surfaces that came into contact with food.  The FDA is uncertain if the conditions would support the growth of the listeria bacteria. Officials condemned the plant for its lack of cleaning and sanitation operations. Katherine Hobson, WSJ Blogs 06/15/2011

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