WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A labor and consumer group here last week charged Food Lion, Salisbury, N.C., with selling a wide range of products with overdue expiration dates. The group, Consumers United with Employees, repeated earlier claims that the chain is selling out-of-date baby formula and released a report outlining more widespread infractions. The report examined inspection records from a number of states detailing more than 8,000 instances of the 1,000-store chain selling other products ...

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