South Carolina Could Require Recall Calls

A bill that would require South Carolina supermarkets to use their customer database to contact shoppers who purchased an item that was later recalled was introduced earlier this month. Retailers whose food sales comprise 70% or more of their total business would have to abide by the rule but only if they already have a customer database in place, the bill's sponsor, State Rep.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — A bill that would require South Carolina supermarkets to use their customer database to contact shoppers who purchased an item that was later recalled was introduced here earlier this month.

Retailers whose food sales comprise 70% or more of their total business would have to abide by the rule — but only if they already have a customer database in place, the bill's sponsor, State Rep. Harry Limehouse, R-Charleston, told SN.

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