According to Wikipedia, a documentary aired on Swedish television last week that showed ICA employees:
"... relabeling out-of-date ground meat, as well as grinding down other forms of meat past their 'best before' date to make ground meat (mince)."This makes me wonder if anything like this ever happens here. A few years ago I was in a grocery store and noticed a block of imported cheese with two 'best by' date stickers, a later dated one over an older dated one. Maybe just an accident?
"... picking up out-of-date pork chops from the floor, repacking and relabeling them."
Hans Hallén, a former quality control manager for ICA, claimed that:
"Sausage meats that had become old and sticky were also repackaged after rinsing."
Thank you, Sans!