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January 21, 2014 5:08 PM

David K. Ford: Foster Farms doing right thing

Two Modesto Bee articles are a shining example of two businesses going in opposite directions. I empathize with both, having owned a business; many things can happen to you that you cannot foresee. How you deal with these issues can make or break you. Regarding “Number sickened by chicken rises” (Jan. 18, Page A1), here is an article that doesn’t directly tie Foster Farms to those getting sick from salmonella. The connection was made only through interviews. Foster Farms has responded admirably, doing all the right things, even though they probably didn’t cause the outbreak.

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