Saturday, November 3, 2007

e. Coli Leads to Pizza Recall

Details (including SKUs and the like) here.  With 414,000 cases of frozen pizzas out there potentially affected, it's a big deal, and sure enough, lawyers are advertising.  Not advertising but from what I can tell clearly the authority is Bill Marler who's been in that area of law for a long time and, while I expect he'd be happy to get clients from it, his blog is also quite informative and detailed.

--BC

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