Watchdog clears Bernard Matthews plant - Independent
"A Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs report published in February listed a catalogue of failings at the turkey plant.
Inspectors saw gulls feeding on meat scraps left in uncovered waste bins and polythene bags used for meat products left in open bins.
But the Food Standards Agency today said its probe had found "no evidence" that the firm breached animal by-product or food hygiene laws.
The watchdog said in a statement: "We have carefully scrutinised and considered the evidence in this case and concluded there is insufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of conviction.
"Accordingly, we have decided not to proceed to a prosecution in this case."
The FSA said its decision followed a thorough examination into possible problems with food waste storage at the Bernard Matthews site.
Defra said the FSA had been investigating Bernard Matthews on its behalf. "
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