On 30 September 2010, the Georgia Department of Agriculture to prevent any food in the warehouse under an order for sale of the products. A day later, FDA investigators provided the warehouse manager a list documenting the violations.
FDA investigators found 28 live rodents, one dead rodent, apparent rodent droppings, 26 apparent rodent gnaw holes in multiple packages of food, rodent urine stains on food packaging and four rodent nesting sites. FDA laboratory analysis of samples collected during the inspection confirmed the investigators’ observations. FDA investigators also found structural defects making the facility accessible to rodents.Fpa is the only registered charity, to improve sexual health and reproductive rights reserved all people throughout Britain.