U.S. government seeking closure of Ann Arbor area food manufacturer
An Ann Arbor area food processor could be shut down after the federal government discovered numerous violations at its facility on Airport Boulevard near the Ann Arbor Municipal Airport.
The company "has failed to prevent employees from handling food products with bare, unclean hands, clean surfaces that come into contact with food or ensure that the plant is equipped with adequate sanitary facilities," the federal government asserted, according to the Free Press.
Rosewood, which makes soy-based foods and vegan products, is reportedly disputing the accusations.
The company has about seven employees, an Ann Arbor SPARK executive told AnnArbor.com in an email. The company has been in business since 1976, according to its website.