Goya Insurer Slaps Spice Co. With NJ Suit Over Food Recall

Law360, New York (June 22, 2017, 5:11 PM EDT) -- An insurer for Goya Foods Inc. has sued a spice company in New Jersey state court for allegedly providing one of the food giant’s suppliers with cumin contaminated with peanut protein, which ultimately led to food products being recalled and $2.6 million in damage.

Lexington Insurance Co. hit New York-based Wm. E. Martin & Sons Co. Inc. with the suit on June 16 in Middlesex County Superior Court alleging the company negligently provided cumin contaminated with peanut protein to Sazon Inc., which solely manufactured products for...
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