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B.C. Natural Chicken

Address: 2609 U.S. Rt 22, Fredricksburg, PA 17026
Establishment No.: p493

USDA Inspection Report: 25 Jun 2010

Code: 06D02
Violation: 381.76(b)

Citation: On June 25th, 2010, at approximately 8:23 hours, I performed a presentation verification (ISP Code 06D02) at the third inspection station on the West evisceration line. At a line speed of [redacted] birds per minute, presentation failed with a 10 bird total nonconformance weight of 28. This failure consisted of 1 contamination on viscera (6 noncon. factors), 1 viscera on shackle (8 noncon. factors), 1 membrane (2 noncon. factors), & 2 contamination inside bird (6 noncon. factors). I immediately informed , Evisceration Group Lead, of the establishments failure to meet regulatory requirements, I also requested that QA be notified and perform presentation retests. The first three QA retests all failed, at 8:37, 8:50, & 9:28 am. Line speed was reduced to [redacted] bpm. QA performed 10 other retests between 9:41 & 13:17 passing and failing on a regular basis. USDA determined that the establishment could not pass the presentation tests and informed that the line speed would remain at [redacted] bpm for the remainder of the shift.. Establishment management has received oral & written communication regarding this non-compliance. Continued failure to meet regulatory requirements could result in additional enforcement action as described in 9 CFR 500. Past Similar NRs - Previous Ineffective Plant Actions: Plant has not responded to the last NR # 0072. NR: 72-2010 dated 6/23/2010


381.76(b)(1)(ii)(b) The Administrator determines that the establishment has the intent and capability to operate at line speeds greater than 70 birds per minute, and meets all the facility requirements in 381.36(d).


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