Slaughterhouse Closed for Cruelty is Back in Business One Week Later by Piper Hoffman August 28, 2012 6:30 pm
get causes updates Central Valley Meat Company, the California slaughterhouse that the USDA shut down for humane violations after watching a Compassion Over Killing undercover video of the plant, is open again.
Care2 reported on the shut-down on August 21, 2012, in a post titled Cows Electrocuted, Abused at California Slaughterhouse. According to the Los Angeles Times, “Aaron Lavallee, spokesman for the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, said Monday that Central Valley Meat Co. had agreed to make a number of ‘corrective actions,’ including additional training for its workers on the humane handling of cows.
” The abuses documented on the video, which was four hours long, illustrated a culture of animal cruelty and abuse. It is difficult to imagine what kind of “corrective actions” could shift a culture so…
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