Wine in supermarkets may become more commonplace, as New York mulls letting more food retailers sell wine, and more Texas municipalities go wet.
The high basket rings that accompany wine sales make it a business most food retailers want to be in. The problem is, legislators don't always agree. But that hasn't stopped retailer groups from pressing ahead in their quest to position their stores as one-stop-shopping destinations. The number of food retailers winning such approval is growing as new laws clear the way for bottles of merlot and chardonnay to join meat, seafood and canned goods in shopping baskets. New York state law ...
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