TRENTON — New Jersey supermarkets are encouraging shoppers to text “CHOICE” to 38681 as part of a campaign to bring alcoholic beverages to their stores. Current law prohibits most supermarkets in the state from selling beer, wine and liquor. Supporting the effort are digital monitors at the checkout that educate shoppers about the “One Stop Shop NJ” campaign. A message instructs: “To vote YES: Text the word “CHOICE” to 38681.” When a shopper sends a text message her location is captured ...

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