Food safety measures face cuts in Trump budget
CNBC - 07/01/2017
Darin Detwiler, director of the masters program in food regulation at Northeastern University in Boston, said conditions at the PCA plant were appalling.
“There was rat infestations. There was bird droppings. They found holes in the roof, and water would gather and bird droppings would get into the water that would seep into this product. And sometimes he literally had employees sweep off some of the rat poop,” Detwiler told “American Greed.” “This was just business as usual.”