Multiple Food Safety Checkpoints Missed Lead-Tainted Applesauce Pouches

According to documents recently obtained by The New York Times, lead-tainted applesauce pouches passed through multiple checkpoints meant to protect the public for weeks before the issue was caught and the product recalled last year, causing more than 400 infants and toddlers to be poisoned. What do you think?

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