Falsified Best-Before Labels

A labour arbitrator has ordered a one-year suspension without pay for a supermarket clerk caught falsifying best-before labels. Managers disclosed they’d fired three employees for similar offences under the Food & Drugs Act that prohibits “misleading or deceptive” labeling: “These sorts of things get published in the media.”

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