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R Tenorio Home Industries negotiating possible consent decree

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Guam - The U.S. Attorney's Office has agreed to allow R. Tenorio Home Industries an additional 30 days to respond to a civil complaint filed against it by the federal government.  The federal government alleges the company has been producing poultry products, namely chicken kelaguen wraps, in violation of USDA requirements.

The wraps were sold at retail stores around the island.  The USDA has been issuing notices of violations for the last decade, according to a stipulation filed in the District Court.

The company is consulting with an attorney and the parties are negotiating a possible consent decree.  The feds have asked that the organization be allowed to file their response by November 12.

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