DUBLIN, Calif. -- Lucky Stores here has become the most recent focus in a state-led probe of supermarket meat-handling practices that began early last year. Last month, investigators from the state attorney general's office served a search warrant to obtain documents from the chain's offices here and in San Leandro and also interviewed meat department personnel at several stores. While government officials would not comment on the nature of the search or what triggered the investigation, ...

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