WASHINGTON - Supermarket operators last week were assessing the damage caused by this month's spinach scare, while federal investigators continued their work to pinpoint the source of contamination that made scores of people sick and caused at least one death. Food retailers disposed of millions of dollars worth of spinach products in produce and deli departments in response to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's advisory warning consumers not to eat fresh spinach. "We had just under ...

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