I Cook Foods inquiry not misled but evidence errors caused confusion
1 month ago - By Food Safety
A second inquiry into the closure of an Australian catering firm has found officials didn't deliberately mislead investigators but omission of some evidence led to “considerable confusion”.
The parliamentary inquiry into the closure of I Cook Foods was reopened in June after allegations in the media about the company's closure and evidence given during initial investigations.
“The fresh evidence contradicts witness testimony provided by senior officials in the Victorian Government and City of Greater Dandenong at our previous hearings,” said Fiona Patten, committee chair in August.
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