FOSTER Farms has invested $75 million in a multi-step program designed to reduce salmonella at each production stage after a large outbreak linked to raw chicken processed in its California plant made national headlines.
In July, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention confirmed that Foster Farms made progress in reducing salmonella to less than 5% versus an industry average of 25% for raw poultry parts. As a result of the progress, CDC co
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