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October 31, 2013 6:30 PM

Our View: A wake-up call for Foster Farms and consumers

Foster Farms, the Livingston-based family business with an outstanding reputation for quality, and consumers nationwide got a double-barrel wake-up call recently with an outbreak of salmonellosis. The illness, caused by the salmonella bacteria commonly found in – and completely harmless to – chickens, resulted in a reported 362 infections in the past few weeks.

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