SALISBURY, N.C. -- The Consumers United with Employees organization has issued a report charging Food Lion here with selling outdated grocery items. The report, issued late last month, is the sixth such report from CUE during the last 17 months. According to CUE -- which bills itself as a Washington, D.C.-based consumer advocacy coalition -- more than 4,500 outdated grocery items were purchased in 115 Food Lion stores in the 14 states in which the chain operates. As in its previous ...

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