PORTALES, N.M. (KRQE) - The New Mexico peanut butter plant at the center of a salmonella outbreak has filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy:
The company's 100 employees were notified Wednesday the plant is closing.
Last year, the FDA closed Sunland for months after the plant's peanuts were linked to 41 salmonella cases in 20 states.
The company reportedly took a big financial hit from the closure and lawsuits that followed.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy means Sunland will liquidate its assets.
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