The OC Weekly has posted a very disturbing new post about the widening food safety scandal at the Santa Ana Unified School District. This time an insider at the SAUSD has alleged that food that should have been recalled, due to the threat of salmonella, was possibly served to our kids! We previously posted about the SAUSD’s disposal of hundreds of pounds of food here.
Here are a few excerpts from the new OC Weekly article:
On October 10, school districts across the country (including Santa Ana Unified) received a letter from David Thomas, vice president of quality assurance at J.M. Smuckers. In it, he warned customers that the company was pulling packages of the company’s Unscrutables peanut butter and jelly sandwiches made specifically for public-school lunches due to possible salmonella contamination, and urged districts who had already received such packages to do the same immediately. Continue reading