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Retailers, customers to be hurt by San Francisco’s antibiotics reporting bill, FMI says

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The Food Marketing Institute (FMI) is urging San Francisco lawmakers not to move forward with legislation that would require large stores in the city to disclose antibiotics used in meat and poultry products, saying the bill would add costly reporting and recordkeeping requirements for products, including those that are already marketed as organic or antibiotic-free.

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