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July 21, 2010 12:25 PM

Foster Farms hopes Facebook support will change 'plumping' rules; sweepstakes offers free groceries for a year

Livingston-based Foster Farms introduced its "Say No to Plumping" marketing campaign a while back, alleging that its competitors inject saltwater to increase the size of chicken sold in stores, while labeling the product as "natural." Doing so increases the sodium content of the chicken by up to 500 percent, according to the company.

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