French investigators are looking into how the milk was tained — and how it got into stores.
Police in France have raided five Lactalis sites after contaminated baby milk products caused dozens of children to fall ill. Compensation has been offered to families, who say the company is trying to buy their silence.
A vintage bottle of vin jaune wine from France's Jura region has set a new record at auction. The 1774 wine sold for almost double the previous highest price paid for a "vin jaune."
In a rare interview, the head of Lactalis said families would be compensated for damages resulting from salmonella contamination at one of its plants producing baby milk. The company exports to 83 countries.
A massive oversupply of powdered milk, coupled with an end to limits on regular EU milk production, has sent the market price plunging in recent years.
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