CHICAGO -- Dominick's Finer Foods stores here relocated powdered infant formula from the grocery shelves to the pharmacy recently to keep tighter control over the item, which has become a prime target of shoplifters who then resell it. Signs posted on the shelves direct shoppers to the pharmacy, or to the service desk when the pharmacy is closed. Dominick's is not alone. "We try to locate the baby formula in a conspicuous spot where it is visible, though a few stores have the same signs, ...
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