Listeria Lawyer Criticizes Parts of Bil Mar Plant - Muskegon Chronicle - March 3, 1999

Muskegon Chronicle
March 3, 1999

A Chicago attorney Tuesday compared a portion of the Bil Mar manufacturing plant he is suing to a "garage" and peppered his description of certain areas of the plant with words like "unsanitary" and "substandard" after a day-long tour there Tuesday with some hired health inspectors.

Kenneth Moll, who represents clients in two suits against Bil Mar Foods Co. and parent company Sara Lee Corp. Stemming form a bacteria outbreak linked to the processor, said the plant was otherwise clean.

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