NEW YORK — Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., has introduced a bill that would require food retailers to post lists or foods that have been recalled or otherwise notify shoppers about such products. The Consumer Recall Notification Act would require grocery stores and distribution centers to list specific recalled products and notify customers who had purchased them within 24 hours after the Food and Drug Administration issues recall. "The current system to notify consumers is completely ...

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