LIVINGSTON — Foster Farms has entered the second day of the voluntary closure of its Livingston chicken plant to deal with food-safety issues raised during a federal shutdown last week.
Meanwhile, activist groups have raised questions about the salmonella issues the company dealt with last year.
Sunday's closure came one day after the plant reopened following a three-day suspension of operations by the U.S. Department of Agriculture because of cockroaches found in the plant.
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