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Foster Farms issues statement on temporary closing of its Livingston plant

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The week-long closure follows COVID-19 infections and 8 employee deaths

LIVINGSTON, Calif. —Foster Farms issued the following statement on Aug. 29, regarding its Livingston, Calif., plant:

“The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present an unprecedented challenge to our nation, and its workforce. This has been felt strongly in the meat and poultry industry, and geographically in California’s Central Valley, the heart of agriculture for the Western United States. In recent months, Foster Farms’ Livingston Poultry Complex located in Merced County experienced 392 positive cases, and 8 employee deaths related to complications associated with COVID-19. . .

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