PARSIPPANY, N.J. — The New Jersey Supermarket Economic Development Act is gaining grass-root support thanks to an innovative text message campaign piloted by Kings Super Markets here. If passed, the bill would raise the current cap on liquor licenses from two per New Jersey supermarket chain to 10 over as many years. During the weeks leading up to an expected hearing of the bill, Kings is encouraging shoppers to text their support via a New Jersey Food Council message posted on digital ...
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