JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Winn-Dixie Stores here used its recall system to immediately notify a preset list of all major media and wire services, following the possible contamination of luncheon meats and hot dogs. Similarly, the chain's corporate office notified individual stores about package dates and codes and store personnel pulled the merchandise. According to officials, the stores were able to handle the "modest" number of packages returned by customers. Although the luncheon-meat ...
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