CHICAGO (FNS) -- Sara Lee Corp.'s recall of hot dogs and packaged deli meats following a listeria outbreak last December cost the company $76 million, but the affected brands have regained most of their pre-recall market share, company executives told shareholders at the annual meeting here. That $76 million, noted Judith A. Sprieser, executive vice president and chief financial officer, amounted to five cents a share, and did not include the impact of lost sales and profits. John H. ...

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