WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Food Lion last week came under fire from an organization affiliated with union and consumer groups that accused the supermarket chain of selling infant formula well past its expiration date. Consumers United With Employees, a long-standing critic of Food Lion's food safety and labor practices, forwarded its 198-page report documenting 831 cans of formula purchased at 317 stores to the Food and Drug Administration. The report was accompanied by a letter urging FDA ...

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