WASHINGTON — The Center for Science in the Public Interest will file a lawsuit against Safeway on behalf of customers if it fails to adopt a policy to notify loyalty cardholders who’ve purchased recalled food, it announced Thursday. Safeway spokeswoman Teena Massingill told SN that the chain already has this type of system in place. “We have and will use Club Card data to contact customers on an individual basis, and the CSPI didn’t have any evidence to the contrary when they sent this ...

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