Odd Language #216: Mass-Produced

The Wikipedia article on ham sausage has this sentence: “Smithfield Foods of the U.S. has mass-produced ham sausage.”

The issue: Does the sentence mean that they mass-produced it in the past or they have it as a product or they possess it or they sell it? Granted the last three mean about the same in context, but the first is also a possibility.

The ambiguity is because “mass-produced” can be a verb form combined with “has” or a noun phrase combined with “ham sausage”.