Salmonella probe highlights inspection loophole

01/30/2009 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Food producers in most states don't have to alert health regulators if in-house test results show contamination at their facilities. That loophole has come to light after Peanut Corp. of America documented at least 12 cases of salmonella but did not inform state or federal authorities.

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