NEW YORK — Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo said his office intends to take legal action against drug chains Rite Aid and CVS after a state investigation revealed their stores sold expired products including milk, eggs, medicines and baby formula. Investigators uncovered 142 CVS and 112 Rite Aid stores — reflecting 60% and 43% of the chains’ respective New York state locations — sold expired products. Cuomo said he has sent the companies a five-day notice letter of the state’s intent to ...

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