By ALAN JOHNSONAssociated PressAUSTIN, Texas (AP) For years, Safeway supermarkets in Texas have been one of the top-grossing chains in the U.S., but now the grocery chain is facing scrutiny from the state government after shoppers in some states have complained about the food they buy.
The company has been under fire since an investigation by The Associated Press found that shoppers were getting spoiled and spoiled by the supermarket giant.
That investigation found that Safeway sold a variety of products that were not safe for people over the age of 3 to children under the age 10.
The AP obtained state records showing that more than 40 percent of the products Safeway sells at the store are unsafe for people under the young age of 2.
The company has not responded to requests for comment.
The AP also found that the food safety department of the Texas Department of Agriculture has been reviewing Safeway’s food safety program, which it has said has not been fully implemented.
But the department has not issued a written report on its investigation.
The Associated Press obtained the documents through a public records request and asked for copies of all the documents related to the Safeway investigation.
The Texas Department for Agriculture did not respond to an AP request for comment, and the agency did not return messages seeking comment.
But the Texas department also released a list of the food items that were approved for sale at Safeway stores in 2016, including products that may be harmful for people.
The department approved items that could cause infections, such as a “meat-based” food, which has been linked to E. coli infections.
It also approved products that might increase the risk of a foodborne illness, such a “beverage” food.
The list does not include food items approved by the state that were unsafe for children under 6.
The report found that consumers have reported seeing Safeway produce that they believed were unsafe, including items labeled as containing milk or egg and other food that had been processed with corn, wheat or soybean oil.
It found that in some cases, Safeways had listed the ingredients in a product, such an infant formula, but that it did not list the ingredients for each product in the product’s label.
In the case of one product, the department found, the label for infant formula listed the protein in the formula.
But that ingredient is used in a variety and levels of products, such products with corn or wheat, said spokeswoman Laura Gorman.
The department’s report also said Safeway may have violated federal laws in its supply chain management, which was reviewed by a food safety panel.
The panel recommended that Safeways revise its supply-chain management program and work with the food-safety department to improve its compliance.
The agency has not done so.
The Texas Department For Agriculture is reviewing the state’s food-supply-chain oversight program.
The commission is an independent regulatory agency that has the authority to impose fines on companies and may issue warnings to companies in the event of violations.
The report says that it will recommend fines of $1,500 and/or 10 days in jail if the violations are found to be serious and ongoing.