Company Paying $392K Fine For Pet Food Eaten by Federal Inmates

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Some federal prisoners unknowingly ate pet food due to problems with the resale of meat from an East Texas food company that specializes in fajita meat, reports the Dallas Morning News. John Soules Foods, Inc. of Tyler, Tx., has agreed to pay $392,000 to settle a case brought by the U.S. Attorney's Office and the
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