California law will disclose stores in food recalls

02/28/2007 | USA Today

A California law that takes effect July 1 will allow health officials to reveal the food retailers that sold meat and poultry involved in serious recalls. The USDA is pushing a national proposal that would post retailer names and store locations on its Web site for such recalls, but the FDA maintains retailer names are confidential business information, a spokesman said.

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