This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
New York bill would make it unlawful for any retailer to "knowingly alter, mutilate, destroy, obliterate or remove by means of a price sticker," any part of the expiration date on any OTC or cosmetic. The measure would "promote and protect the safety of purchasers...by enabling them to read such products packaging or labels in a complete, unaltered and unobstructed condition." The bill, A 4943, was introduced by Nettie Mayersohn (D-Dist. 27) Feb. 18 and referred to the Committee on Consumer Affairs. The bill was first introduced in 1990 and passed the Assembly that year
You may also be interested in...
Perrigo promotes in pricing, planning
Combe sells most of its OTC brands
Finalization of a settlement between the Federal Trade Commission and Rexall Sundown regarding unsupported cellulite treatment claims for the firm's Cellasene dietary supplement hinges upon approval of two related class action settlements pending in California and Florida, according to FTC