Spanish authorities have confiscated more than 16 tons of food that they said was unfit for human consumption.

The Guardia Civil and officials from the Aragón region made the discovery at a warehouse for the distribution of food products.

One person was arrested and accused of crimes against public health, fraud, and falsifying documents.

In mid-April, authorities in Aragón requested help from the Nature Protection Service (SEPRONA) of the Guardia Civil of Calatayud during an inspection that was being carried out at a warehouse in the area that included storage space and cold rooms.

SEPRONA officers found a range of

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Without much attention last November, on behalf of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), U.S. Marshals seized the contents of several Arkansas food warehouses.

The federal district court ordered the warehouse raid. FDA asked for the action in the United States of America vs. 24 Cases of Raisin Bran Cereal and J and L Grocery, LLC, and James T. and Lori A. White.

A consent decree signed ended the dispute on July 18 with defendants J and L Grocery and James T. and Lori A. White admitting their grocery warehouse was, at the time of the raid, contaminated with filth,
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