Peanut Plant Employee Tells Horrifying Story of Filthy Conditions

The investigation into the Salmonella outbreak that has sickened hundreds nationwide, and killed at least eight people, continues to develop. CBS news is airing the interview with Jonathan Prather, a former employee of the Georgia plant where the Salmonella outbreak originated. Prather tells a disturbing story of filthy plant conditions, including cockroach infestation, mops wash in sinks where peanuts are washed, rodent droppings, and most disturbing, a dead rat dry-roasting in the peanut area.

Here is the video:

Walton Law Firm LLP is evaluating Salmonella cases in all Southern California counties including Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial.

3/22/10

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