The plant was reportedly the world’s biggest kosher meatpacking plant before the raid last month.
Menachem Lubinsky, a consultant for the plant, said the plant’s managers told him they've brought in many new workers. He said the plant is back to nearly 70 percent of its pre-raid production of chicken and turkey.
Lubinsky said that beef production has been more difficult to restore because of the higher skill set needed by workers.
Source: Associated Press