HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board here will test a self-service, wine-selling kiosk, to see if it can effectively prevent the sale of wine to underage consumers and those who are intoxicated. If the initial review, and a pilot to gauge consumer reaction are successful, the kiosks will be placed in up to 100 grocery stores in Pennsylvania, which is one of 19 states to have some measure of government control over alcohol distribution. Simple Brands, Conshohocken, Pa., is ...

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