USA: Former ConAgra beef plant broke food safety regulations before recall
A former ConAgra Foods beef plant, which carried out a massive meat recall last year, was cited more than 300 times for violating federal food safety regulations in the last three years. The Greeley, Colorado plant, which is now owned by Swift & Co, recalled nearly 19 million pounds of ground beef last July due to an outbreak of E. coli that caused 27 illnesses and one death.
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