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Moorestown Kmart Implicated in Expired Items Case

Statewide, 19 New Jersey Kmart stores carried items past their expiration dates. The Moorestown Kmart is among them.

Moorestown Kmart Implicated in Expired Items Case

The Moorestown Kmart on Route 38 was one of 19 stores across the state found carrying expired items, according to the state Attorney General's Office.

The store was carrying two expired items, according to a consent order released by the state.

Of the 257 expired non-prescription drugs and/or infant formulas Kmart was selling—statewide—past their expiration dates, many were several months—some a year or more—beyond the expiration date. 

The full list of stores and the number of expired items they were found to be carrying is contained in the PDF attached to this story. The list is on page 3.

Kmart was hit with a hefty fine, plus a slew of other conditions, in a settlement with the state. Read more at .

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