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Topic - Ruby Sanchez
An economically struggling town in Southern California at first embraced the opening of a 650,000-square-foot chili sauce factory within its borders as a job booster and revenue raiser — and then the smell hit.
"It's like having a plate of chili peppers shoved right in your face," said Ruby Sanchez, who lives right by the new $40 million plant that processes 100 million pounds of peppers a year, The Associated Press reported.
"Whenever the wind blows that chili and garlic and whatever else is in it, it's very, very, very strong," Ms. Sanchez said. "It makes you cough."