The insurance company for San Antonio-based Sangar Fresh Cut Produce says its own fine print is enough to excuse it from paying a $1.1 million default judgment to the family of a man killed by
A Texas produce company has been ordered to pay $1.1 million in damages to the family of a man who died after eating contaminated celery from a San Antonio processing plant.
Bexar County District Court
The widow of a man who died from a Listeria monocytogenes infection has sued Sangar Fresh Cut Produce in a Texas court.
Elizabeth Castellano claims her husband, Hermillo Castellano, died as a result of eating
Another day brings more bad news for still-closed SanGar Fresh Cut Produce. This time it was the release of the FDA Form 483 report containing observations of the federal food safety inspectors who were
After third-party audits turned out to be embarrassments for Peanut Corporation of America and Wright County Egg, the independent inspection industry must be hoping the “third strike” won’t come at a now closed Texas produce
The president of the company whose plant was shut down by the Texas Department of State Health Services has questioned the validity of tests linking celery processed there to a deadly Listeria outbreak.
Sangar Fresh Cut Produce is in the midst of a public relations nightmare, now that everybody who pays attention to food safety events knows that it is at the center of a Listeria outbreak that
Deadly chopped celery contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes was traced back Wednesday to Sangar Fresh Cut Produce in San Antonio, and the company was ordered to stop processing food and recall all products shipped since January.…
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