Whole Foods must clean up its act, FDA says

"Serious violations” discovered by federal regulators during a February inspection of a Massachusetts plant that supplies ready-to-eat products across the Northeast.
https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/whole-foods-must-clean-act-221400035.html

Why didn’t this article have the name of the location of this “plant”? That I would like to know. I admit, I refuse to buy prepared foods at any supermarket. The promise of the food names and the actual test of the food never seem to match.

< Why didn’t this article have the name or the location of this “plant”? >

Probably because it was in the finance section, where the focus is on monetary repercussions rather than safety. BTW, WF employees bustle about in aprons, which now seems to be a calculated policy designed to make it look as though they are preparing the food on site.

“Food is a pretty good prism through which to view humanity.”

― Jonathan Gold