If you are a bit confused by something like that, then you get a taste of what it feels like to be a CVS customer.
The Boston Globe is reporting on Change to Win's Cure CVS campaign, which held rallies in 9 states across the country today to protest CVS's pricing inaccuracies and the sale of expired goods.
Goods like children's medicine and baby formula.
Cure CVS has been taking a closer look at some of CVS's business practices. In the report they just released, CVS Still Selling Expired Goods and Violating Health Codes at Stores Across the Country: A warning to consumers and a call to action (click here to see the full report) they outline specifically the practice of selling items past their expiration date.
From the report:
- More than half of the CVS stores surveyed in the Metro Chicago are had expired products for sale including milk that was three weeks past its sell-by date.
- 69 percent of CVS stores surveyed in Metro Atlanta had some expired products on their shelves including CVS-brand medication more than two years past its sell-by date.
- Over 40% of CVS stores surveyed in the Houston Metro area stocked expired infant formula.