JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Twenty-two Georgia supermarkets operated by Winn-Dixie Stores here have been fined a combined $28,000 by the Georgia Department of Agriculture for violating the Georgia Food Act, which regulates all areas of food operations from warehousing to retail. The stores were cited for selling out-of-date food products -- including grocery, meat, produce and dairy -- which is illegal in Georgia. The stores were also cited for sanitation violations such as unclean stockrooms and ...
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