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A federal district court in New York has ruled that an insurance company that issued a commercial general liability (“CGL”) insurance policy and an excess/umbrella policy to a company that supplied apples to a baby food manufacturer was obligated to defend the supplier in a lawsuit that alleged that some of the supplier’s apples had been contaminated and incorporated into baby food that the baby food manufacturer had to recall.

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