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If you suspect anyone of showing sympoms of the 'Necro- Mortosis' Virus, the Government has released the following anonymous tip line.
1 800 155 3219
concerned employee of B.F. Quality Foods, the manufacturers of the popular
'Baby's first meal' dairy based foods, has released confidential company
e-mails to ZWN this morning.
- the undead virus, is strictly monitored and contained. It is considered
a 'class one'hazardous virus.
Just received two full deliveries from the Smith farm in NM. Tests clean, but do not have Necro-Mort test at facility.
Is this a HAZMAT? Please advise on disposition.
Hinske’s reply appears at the top of the page, along with a “cc:” to company COO, Daryl Freeling:
Dr. Ed in Quality Control says the continuous flow Pasteurization process will kill the virus. He doesn't’t think there would be any risk anyway when you consider the dilution levels.
check all the dates to make sure the shipment left
Officials at B. F. Quality Foods Fort Wayne corporate headquarters refused to comment on the e-mail or which 'Yum-Yum' food brands are made in the Dallas facility.
ZWN's Science Editor, Nancy Chan, says, “B.F. Foods Quality Control is correct, Pasteurization will destroy Necro- Mortosis (the undead virus), so the risk of infection is virtually nil. However, just the notion of giving your baby food known to have been exposed to the mortosis virus is terrifying to any parent.
A spokesperson for the FDA has confirmed that an investigation is now underway.