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Four prominent Greek and multinational food companies face the prospect of yanking goods from supermarket shelves during the Christmas holidays after a contamination threat by anarchists, police said Tuesday.A group called Green Nemesis Monday said it had tainted several dozen units of products by Coca-Cola, Nestle, Unilever and Greek dairy giant Delta.Authorities said Greece's anti-terror squad was looking into the case, and that the country's food safety watchdog had also been informed.The self-styled anarchists said they had laced Unilever Caesar's salad sauce and tomato sauce as well as Coca-Cola and Nestle drinks and Delta milk.
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