This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Counterfeit Shaper Hair Spray cans confiscated by Milan, Italy authorities as part of an alleged illegal ring involving the aerosol service companies Dollar Spray Aerosol, Tosvar and Superbox, the company announces April 13. The approximately 384,000 counterfeit Shaper cans are worth $4.3 mil. An additional 370,000 products are suspected of being sold in the U.S. through Albertson's, Drug Emporium and Phar-Mor, the company says. Sebastian filed suit against Albertson's, claiming the food/drug chain is involved in the conspiracy to distribute the cans, minus the lot and tracking codes. FDA, the Justice Department and Customs have formed a task force to locate the missing cans
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