FDA pulls up Walmart, Kroger, others for selling tobacco to minors

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The food and Drug administration says WalMart, Kroger and ten other convenience store chains are selling tobacco products to minors. Mistreatment comes from letters the FDA Cinta companies asking for the submission of action plans within a month, which will describe how they will work to reduce illegal sales to minors the letters were part of their youth tobacco prevention plan a measure defined against youth access to tobacco products Family Dollar seventy seven and Casey's general store among the franchises. That were also

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