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Rite Aid, Genovese selling diverted Paul Mitchell items, lawsuit charges.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

RITE AID FOUND SELLING DIVERTED PAUL MITCHELL ITEMS WITH TAMPERED BATCH CODES, Jean Paul Mitchell Systems charges in a July 9 lawsuit filed in Long Island federal court. The suit, which also names Port Washington, N.Y.-based RockBottom Stores and Genovese (Melville, New York) alleges that the three drug store chains "possessed and sold" diverted Paul Mitchell hair care products with batch codes and security codes that had been "removed, defaced, covered, altered, destroyed, scratched out, obliterated or otherwise tampered with" and "stamped with new, forged" codes.



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