Fall brings with it homecoming events, tailgate parties, and the return of students for the holiday season, making it a good time for grocers who sell beer, wine or spirits to review their front-end policy. Strategies retailers use to prevent sales of alcoholic beverages to underage consumers include software that reminds the clerk to check a shopper's identification when age-restricted products are scanned. The rule of thumb is to card if the person looks like he or she might be under age ...

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