Consumer pressure and increased media attention have heightened awareness of infant-formula expiration dates. During a random check at five Southeast chains this month, SN found expired liquid formula at one store. The formula, discovered on March 2, expired in November 1996. It was found on the front part of the shelf. Also, several other cans had a March 11, 1997, expiration date. When SN alerted the store manager and asked how often the unit checks its infant formula expiration dates, he ...

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