BOISE, Idaho -- In response to a lawsuit brought on behalf of consumers, Albertsons has placed signs in more than a thousand stores across the country to alert its customers that its farm-raised salmon contains added color. The signs, which say "Farm-Raised Salmon, Color Added" in letters about a half-inch high, are set in three locations in each store -- in the service and self-service seafood cases and in the frozen food case where it's applicable, officials said. The action was the ...

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