WASHINGTON -- In what looks like another public relations thorn in the paw of Food Lion, Salisbury, N.C., Consumers United with Employees is claiming the chain not only sells outdated infant formula, but is slow in doling out consumer refunds. After purchasing 1,088 allegedly outdated infant formula cans in 13 of the 14 states in which Food Lion operates (none in Louisiana), CUE requested a refund on Feb. 14 under the company's Gold Lion Guarantee of customer satisfaction, according to Sean ...

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