Images on social media went viral after a customer spotted vendors moving exposed meat on shopping carts into a Bay Area store. Winton-based Jim’s Farm Meat Co. confirmed it was the vendor supplying meat to the store. A video of the company's Wint Rosalio Ahumada rahumada@modbee.com
Images on social media went viral after a customer spotted vendors moving exposed meat on shopping carts into a Bay Area store. Winton-based Jim’s Farm Meat Co. confirmed it was the vendor supplying meat to the store. A video of the company's Wint Rosalio Ahumada rahumada@modbee.com

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