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Two reports of past inspections were made public today. The most notable inspection occurred in September 2006 at the Nestle plant in Danville, Virginia where it manufactures cookie dough products, as well as stuffed pastas and pasta sauces. A number of deficiencies were noted as part of the inspection. These were:
live ant-like insects were observed on a ledge along the W wall of the
powdered sugar dump station in the cookie dough manufacturing area.
More disturbing, however, is the refusal by the plant to give FDA inspectors access to important food safety related documents and information, including:
ofproducts which move in interstate commerce
This is troublingly reminiscent of the Peanut Corporation of America, which also refused to give access to important records, forcing the FDA to invoke the Bioterrorism Act of 2002.
A copy of the FDA Inspection Report can be found here: www.fda.gov/downloads/AboutFDA/CentersOffices/ORA/ORAElectronicReadingRoom/UCM169114.pdf
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