The drugs you purchase for sale in your stores must be through a wholesaler with a current, open wholesaler permit issued by the Arizona State Board of Pharmacy, as stated in A.A.C. R4-23-603(F)(1)(d):
F. Quality control. A nonprescription drug permitee shall:
1. Ensure that all drugs stocked, sold, or offered for sale are:
a. Kept clean;
b. Protected from contamination, excessive heat, cold, sunlight, and other deteriorating factors;
c. In compliance with federal law; and
d. Received from a supplier with a current Board-issued permit as specifed in R4-23-601(A).
2. Develop and implement a program to ensure that:
a. Any expiration-dated drug is reviewed regularly;
b. Any drug, that exceeds its expiration date, is deteriorated or damaged, or does not comply with federal law, is moved to a quarantine area and not sold or distributed; and
c. Any quarantined drug is destroyed or returned to its source of supply.