Kettle Cuisine faces more complaints about the onion smell from its factory on the Lynnway. (courtesy )
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Lynn, state officials meet to discuss Kettle Cuisine’s continued onion odor

LYNN — Despite spending nearly $1 million to end Kettle Cuisine's cooked onion and garlic stench on the Lynnway, complaints continue to flood City Hall. 

The numerous calls about the soup maker prompted a meeting among the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP), Kettle Cuisine and city officials on Thursday. It was closed to the public and reporters were barred. 

City officials said MassDEP ordered details of the meeting be held confidential. No one from City Hall would reveal what remedies were discussed other than to say "it's an ongoing process," said James Lamanna, assist…

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