Posted on Feb 15, 2009
On Friday, the New York Times reported that several prominent chain supermarkets in Westchester, including Whole Food Market and Pathmark, were caught having well over 100 items on their shelves whose expiration dates had passed. As a result, they and roughly 20 other Westchester stores collectively incurred fines by Westchester county's Department of Consumer Protection of approximately $60,000.

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