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A wedge in the case of the mislabeled cheese: 2 companies to plead guilty

February 26, 2016 - Uncategorized



A woman whose family controls a western Pennsylvania cheese-making operation is scheduled to plead guilty — along with two of her companies — to charges that their grated cheese had too little cheese and too much wood pulp.

Michelle Myrter was scheduled to plead guilty Friday morning before a federal judge in Pittsburgh. She’ll also be pleading guilty on behalf of International Packing LLC and Universal Cheese and Drying Inc.

See also: That parmesan you’re eating could actually be wood

The two Slippery Rock-based businesses charged were accused of mislabeling products made by family-owned Castle Cheese. Myrter is vice president of Castle and an officer in the other firms. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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