ELIZABETH, N.J. -- The FBI was called in to investigate a case of possible baby-food tampering at a ShopRite Supermarket here.
The store pulled all baby foods from the shelf on Wednesday, May 27, as a precautionary measure, after receiving a warning that someone had tampered with the Gerber baby food jars. By Friday the FBI had tested all of the baby food in the store and concluded that no tampering had taken place.
"The recall was confined to that one store," said Malesia Webb-Dunn, a ...
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