WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration is set to make its second round of supermarket inspections to see if stores are still voluntarily providing nutritional information for fresh seafood and produce. The inspections, slated for November and December, are to be conducted in stores throughout the United States, according to Dagmar Farr, vice president of consumer affairs for the Food Marketing Institute here. The visits to the produce and seafood departments will be unannounced. At ...

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