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Suit settled; Rite Aid to pay state $1.3M

The state Attorney General’s office has settled with Rite Aid Corp. for $1.3 million after its investigation uncovered sales of expired products at stores throughout the state. The expired products included over-the-counter drugs, baby formula, milk and eggs at 122 Rite Aid stores in New York, including 13 in the Rochester ...

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