For more than five years, outdated baby food has been found on San Diego store shelves, but on Tuesday, lawmakers are trying to put a stop to it.
investigation aimed at protecting your children is getting results. > >steve:for more than five years the i-team has uncovered out dated baby food being sold in san diego stores. but investigative reporter mitch blacher found today law makers are putting a stop to it. > >the target of all our investigations has been value retailers like 99 cent stores, big lots and toys r us. it was inside those san diego stores where we found baby formula on the shelf past its “use by” date. > >reporter:we’ve been undercover, looking since 2006—and finding infant formula, baby food and over the counter drugs being sold after their “use by” dates. > >”these are expired products.” > >reporter:on two occasions, we found expired baby products just days after county health inspectors had visited the same stores. > >”you’re not going to get maximum freshness of nutrient value.” > >reporter:we learned health