A high-end supermarket chain will pay a half-million dollars as part of a settlement after a Department of Consumer Affairs investigation revealed the mislabeling of pre-packaged products at its New York City stores stores, according to Supermarket News.
Whole Foods has reached a settlement with the DCA and will pay $500,000 as part of the settlement, which includes other conditions, says Supermarket News.
Quarterly in-store audits and better training in weighing and labeling department are just some of the mandates, reports Supermarket News.
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