A Houston-based food exporter has agreed to pay $15 million to settle charges that it sold outdated food products to U.S. military forces in Iraq, reports the Los Angeles Times. The firm, American Grocers, Ltd., along with husband-and-wife co-owners Samir Mahmoud Itani and Suzanne Itani, plus Samir Itani's brother Ziad, allegedly purchased deeply discounted food that were near or past their expiration dates, then relabeled them and sold them to the military for shipment overseas. The ...
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