I'm surprised this hasn't been mentioned on here yet. http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/ ... 8acb4.htmlhttp://host.madison.com/news/state-and- ... 1c754.html
While I highly doubt that anyone was in any danger of being sickened by his product, I have to wonder why a guy who seems pretty sharp would get himself in this situation? I have a hard time believing that he was unaware of the rules. I'm talking more here about the unlicensed meat production and sales issue than the table scraps in the feed issue.
I realize that Fox comes from the world of pop-up restaurants and other such unregulated food events, but this seems to be on a little different level. The story didn't say if the restaurants buying from him were aware of his lack of a license. Food Fight seems a little too corporate to knowingly take that kind of a chance.
With the amount of media coverage he has gotten previously to this, it doesn't seem surprising that someone in food safety government noticed. That's what makes this so odd to me, it was so out in the open.