Kenneth Kendrick worked for a short time at Peanut Corp. of America in 2006, and as a lab technician in the meat industry. Since that time, he has worked with the Government Accountability Project Food Integrality Campaign and has spoken at Rutgers, Auburn, University of Texas and South Texas College of Law about his whistleblowing experience. In addition, he has appeared on Good Morning America, the New York Times and the Associated Press discussing his experiences.
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I have been known as the “whistleblower” against Peanut Corp. of America, the company responsible for the peanut butter Salmonella outbreak of 2009, which eventually turned into the largest food recall in U.S. history. I worked there as production planner and assistant manager from July 2006 until November 2006, when I left because of personal… Continue Reading