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So these new covers are made of a heavier plastic—but it requires humans to close them.
Fairway says, "In light of the two incidents, we are making a number of improvements to our facilities and equipment."
Fairway blamed the rats on nearby construction—because it's not like open olive containers wouldn't be a draw for vermin or anything.
Aww/Eww: Watch this baby rat frolic in your olives!
After Olives and Libertine owner Todd English bailed on his wedding
Photo: Hugh Merwin. Though they’re grown on the west coast, raw
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