Walmart to pay New Jersey $775,000 over expired infant formula, drugs

Walmart

will pay $775,000 to New Jersey to settle allegations it sold expired infant formula and nonprescription drugs in its stores, said state Attorney General Paula T. Dow.

The settlement ends a 2008 lawsuit the state brought against Walmart, Target and Drug Fair for violating New Jersey's consumer fraud law. Target settled with the state in November 2009, paying $375,000. Drug Fair went out of business before it could settle with the state.

Walmart admitted no wrongdoing or liability as part of the settlement .