SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- An ongoing state investigation into meat-handling practices at several supermarkets in California has prompted other grocers to reinforce proper practices in their meat departments. Don Beaver, president of the California Grocers Association, said the current probe into alleged adulteration of ground beef at Lucky Stores, Dublin, Calif., and an earlier investigation into the meat departments at Oakland-based Safeway's Pak 'N Save division, have raised awareness among ...
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