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The company behind “Sausages Man” said Friday it had decided to close its U.S. manufacturing operation.
The news was first reported by CNBC.
“We have decided to stop manufacturing of our products and to look for new manufacturing options in Mexico,” the company said in a statement.
The U.K.-based company said it will shut down production of its SausageMan and Sausages for Life products in the U.C. Davis and San Luis Obispo counties in California and the rest of Texas and the U,C.
“Says our CEO, Rob Reiner, who is leaving the company.
We thank Rob for his efforts in the fight against this terrible disease.”
The company said the decision was made after “concerns regarding the health of our customers and suppliers.”
The SausationMan and the Sausagers for Life line of products are among the most popular food and beverage products in North America.
The products include salted, salted meatballs, ground meat, sausage, bacon, pork, poultry, and baked goods.
The product line was named “Best in the World” by Forbes in 2016 and “Best of the Year” by Food Network in 2015.
The Saucages forLife line was also named Best of the World in 2015 and Best of The Year in 2015, and in 2016 it was named one of the “Top 100 Foods of 2016.”
The UCCD said in the statement that the company had been “misled by a variety of misinformation” about the disease and was “unable to fully explain the health risks associated with our products.”
The closure of the plant will “save the livelihoods of thousands of American workers who will be able to get the product that they need at lower cost,” it said.
Sausaging for Life Products had about 20 workers, said Dan Pimentel, a spokesman for the company, adding that the plant would remain open until further notice.
The statement from the SaucageMan company, dated Dec. 5, says it has been in business for 30 years.
“Our goal is to continue to grow our business and provide the best quality products for our customers,” it says.
Pimentels statement said the plant was built “to meet the demands of our U.N. mission” and “the demands of global markets.”
“Saucages Man and Saucagers forLife products have been a critical part of the global supply chain for over 30 years, and we remain dedicated to producing high quality products in a sustainable manner.”
The news comes just a day after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that it had identified at least 10 new cases of coronavirus in the United States.
On Monday, President Donald Trump told reporters that his administration had launched a $25 million effort to help with the cost of treating the pandemic, adding, “We’re going to make it as cheap as possible.”
Pimentl says the company is working with partners on the UCCDs announcement.
He said the company has not yet determined what additional product it will make.
The FDA also announced Thursday that it is opening a new, $10 million lab at the UCCC to test food products that may contain the coronaviruses.
In a statement, the FDA said that the UccC is “the only laboratory at the United Nations that is equipped to test U.F.O.-contaminated food products, including U.W.O., for the presence of coronas and associated coronaviral particles.”