Sunday, September 29


Conagra is trying to dissociate its brand name from the disgusting practice of meat production, and as the story of this summer's corruption-scented recall continues, I'm going to help out by not using "Conagra" in my headlines anymore. "Con" will do just fine. This week's installment: Tainted meat was found not once, not twice, but dozens of times at ConAgra's Greeley facility over the course of the past few months. Most of the violations, the Denver Post reports, "were for allowing feces, the carrier of potentially lethal E.coli bacteria, to contaminate beef carcasses," and guess what - the violations just kept coming, even AFTER the recall! Unbelievable.

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