SALISBURY, N.C. — Following a published report that certain recalled Castleberry's Food Co. products were not removed, retailers are taking wide-ranging measures to ensure all products on their shelves are safe for sale. Salisbury, N.C.-based Food Lion instituted an electronic notification system that has an accountability component. “We can verify that each store has pulled the items from store shelves,” spokeswoman Kimberly Blackburn told SN. As an additional safeguard, Food Lion ...

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