NEW YORK -- Scheduled to air Tuesday, a "Dateline NBC" investigation found supermarkets across the country selling packages of fresh meat that had been redated, according to the network. Over the course of a five-month, hidden-camera investigation, "Dateline" checked 33 stores in five states, and found redated meat packages in 28 out of the 33 stores, the networksaid. "Dateline" found new dates that extended the selling period of meats and fish by one to seven days, on 201 packages in all. ...

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