State complicity in the Lactalis case
Lack of hygiene, milk recycling, fraudulent labeling, misleading nutritional values… Despite the scandal over the contamination of powdered milk by salmonella in 2017, the Lactalis group persists in breaches of hygiene rules and food safety. foods, according to the investigative site Disclose. In an investigation, the collective of journalists reveals that dozens of reports revealing these dubious practices have been censored by the Ministries of Agriculture and the Economy, so as not to embarrass the dairy giant. Informed, the State has in no way sanctioned this non-compliance with the rules. He even tried to protect Lactalis by sending journalists redacted documents. Bad luck, an anonymous source broke the secret.