Alcoholism

License analysis is a choice

Dear Mahatma: I went to a grocery store for a bottle of wine. At the checkout I was asked to show my driver’s license and allow them to scan it. I said they could look at it and even look at my face to compare it to see that I …

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Changes to Nova Scotia’s liquor regulations Good news for the restaurant industry: VP of Restaurants Canada

The province has announced it is making a number of changes, expanding the list of alcoholic beverages allowed with food orders to include ready-to-drink manufactured alcoholic beverages. Atlantic Vice-President for Restaurants Canada praises recent Nova Scotia changes to liquor license regulations. On Wednesday, the provincial government announced it is making …

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The global soft drinks market is expected to reach

Newark, NJ, May 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to the report published by Fior Markets, the global soft drinks market is expected to increase from $ 923.06 million in 2020 and reach $ 1,732.7 billion by 2028, with a CAGR of 8.19% during the forecast period 2021-2028. The non-alcoholic …

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County renews 29 alcoholic beverage licenses | Local News

DEADWOOD – Following a public hearing on May 11 without public intervention, the Lawrence County Commission approved 30 malt beverage retail license renewals. “It’s time for the annual malt beverage license renewals for 2021 through June 30, 2022,” said Lawrence County Auditor Brenda McGruder. Commissioner Randy Deibert asked if there …

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Restaurants continue to push for permanent take-out alcohol

The New York restaurant industry continues to pressure lawmakers to permanently expand take-out alcohol provisions in the state, which has proven to be a lifeline for many establishments in difficulty during the COVID-19 pandemic. The New York Restaurant Association is set to release a new survey on Monday that found …

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