OAKLAND, Calif. -- Retailers are being urged to closely monitor their infant formula distribution channels after counterfeit Similac infant formula was found on the shelves of several California supermarkets operated by Safeway here and one other operator. The counterfeit Similac was found earlier this month on the shelves of about 50 Safeway and Pak 'N Save banner stores operated by the Northern California division of Safeway, as well as a single Food Palace unit in San Diego. "Retailers ...

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