Tuna factory death: Bumble Bee Foods says product was not contaminated after tragic accident

Posted on October 18, 2012 by


Bumble Bee Foods operating in Santa Fe Springs, California, released a statement October 15 saying its tuna products were not compromised after the death of one of its workers. An employee was found cooked to death in the company’s “steamer machine;” the death halted production at Bumble Bee Foods October 13 to allow for a thorough investigation. The company said production would resume October 15. Bumble Bee said it is cooperating with officials to determine the cause of the accident.

Source: http://www.inquisitr.com/363803/tuna-factory-death-bumble-bee-foods-says-product-was-not-contaminated-after-tragic-accident/

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