J&J Supplier Bugs Out Over Beetles In Bandages

Law360, New York (June 2, 2011, 7:23 PM EDT) -- A hygiene products maker sued a Florida warehouse owner on Thursday, alleging items such as bandages the manufacturer made for Johnson & Johnson were infested with beetles from the facility.

Gomez Packaging Corp. claims it stored raw materials used to make bandages and toothbrushes, and goods made from the materials once they had been finished overseas, in Smith Terminal Warehouse Co.'s Miami facility. Smith had promised Gomez the building was bug-free, but in November a J&J vendor found insects in its shipment from Gomez, according to...
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