9“Our decision was that we did not believe the product being produced in the marketplace was adulterated, which would be what we would have to conclude to have it removed from the marketplace.” Gabbett, Rita Jane. “Exclusive Interview: USDA’s Engeljohn on Foster Farms and Salmonella.” Meatingplace 11 Oct. 2013. (http://www.meatingplace.com/Industry/News/Details/45315?allowguest=true)

10“The CDPH has not requested Foster Farms to recall chickens because, with proper handling and preparation, this product is safe for consumption.” CDPH. “California Department of Public Health Reminds Consumers To Properly Handle and Cook Raw Poultry.” CDPH Press Release 9 Oct. 2013. (http://www.cdph.ca.gov/Pages/NR13-047.aspx)

11“Lavallee emphasized that Foster Farms chicken is safe to eat, but as with all raw chicken consumers must use proper preparation, handling and cooking practices.” Thompson, Connie. ”Foster Farms Working with Feds to Address Salmonella Contamination.” KOMO News 8 Oct. 2013. (http://www.komonews.com/news/consumer/Foster-Farms-working-with-feds-to-address-Salmonella-contamination-227010261.html)

12CDPH Press Release.