TALLAHASSEE Fla. Florida’s attorney general is expanding his yearlong investigation of restaurants’ mislabeling of cheaper fish as grouper, with the focus now shifting to distributors. Attorney General Bill McCollum has ordered Palmetto, Fla.-based Sysco Food Services-West Florida to hand over records of all fish product transactions in 2006, the names of all employees handling imported fish during 2006, and the results of verification tests conducted over the past four years.Calls to ...

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