TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- One Florida retailer may be fined and several others have received warnings following a state investigation into labeling of ground beef. According to Pat Ernst, public information specialist for the Florida Department of Agriculture, state investigators tested meat packages taken from 78 stores, including chain stores and small independents, and found widespread mislabeling of ground beef. In addition to beef, the packages were found to contain various amounts and ...

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