October 3, 2022

Another US Food Processing Place Catches Fire, Add This To Growing List

Another food processing grow went up in flames last weekend. Add this particular pouy business in Ca to the growing list of ALL OF US food plants that have been pulled offline in the past year because of “ accidental fires. ” Los Angeles-based KTLA  reported  QC Pouy processing plant  in Montebello, California, situated just east of East Los Angeles and southwest associated with San […]#@@#@!!

Another food processing grow went up in fire flames last weekend. Add this particular pouy business in California to the growing list of ALL OF US food plants that have been bumped offline in the past year due to “ accidental fires . ”

Los Angeles-based KTLA   reported  QC Pouy processing plant   within Montebello, California, located just east of East La and southwest of San Gabriel Valley, caught fireplace around 1600 local period Sunday. Firefighters responded to the large industrial plant as weighty smoke billowed from the roof.  

“ As members [firefighters] began to set up, the fire was improved to a third alarm commercial fire. Firefighters initially had taken a defensive stance plus held the fire from spreading to any other close by structures, ”   Montebello Fire Department said . The fire has been declared “ knocked down” by 2000 local time.  

KTLA said there was clearly no damage to other constructing structures nearby. The fire’s cause is unknown…  

While the fire seems insignificant, it’s portion of a much larger issue of a spate of mysterious fires taking out America’s food supply chain one by one over the last year.  

We tallied a list in June of the couple dozen or more meals processing plants that have caught fire (find the list  here ).  

Some on Tweets questioned if America’s foods industry is being sabotaged…  

.. nothing to see here (story count of “ food plant fire” in every media outlets).  

Remember who wants the world to “ eat bugs “:  

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