Consumers will receive a $2 coupon if they find expired products on the shelves of some California pharmacies.
Attorney General Jerry Brown announced a settlement Wednesday with CVS Pharmacy that requires the company to make sure expired products are not sold in its stores. Customers who identify products past their sell-by date will receive a $2 coupon.
The settlement also applies to Longs Drug Stores California, which is owned by CVS.
An undercover investigation in 2008 found expired baby formula and children's medicines in CVS stores.
The coupons will be offered in 90 days at CVS stores and 150 days at Longs Drug stores.