HARRISBURG, Pa. — Two Pennsylvania supermarkets are testing wine kiosks as part of a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board pilot. Shoppers at a Mechanicsburg, Pa., Wegmans and the Giant Food Store have access to the kiosks that act as satellite PLCB stores. Pennsylvania is one of 19 states to have some measure of government control over alcohol distribution. Each kiosk is stocked with wine kept at optimal temperatures and monitored by a PLCB employee from a remote location in real time. Both ...

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