NEW YORK — State investigators here have said they purchased expired infant formula from CVS earlier this month. The infraction marks the third time since June that the drug chain has been rebuked for selling out-of-date products in New York. “In today's difficult economic times, consumers should not be spending their hard earned money on expired product that may be harmful to themselves or their children,” said New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo, in a statement. After expired ...
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