SOUTHFIELD, Mich. -- In a pointed response to a product-condemnation announcement issued by federal regulators, Thorn Apple Valley officials here said the wording of the government statement mistakenly made it sound like a new recall had hit the company. That is not the case, officials said. Joel Dorfman, company president, described as "grossly misleading" the press release issued by an arm of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, headlined "USDA Declares Product From Thorn Apple Valley ...

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