May 2004 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
NortheastNew York New York continues to debate wine sales in grocery stores. The Troy Record reported that "Proponents of changing state law to allow wine to be sold in stores that sell food claim more than 71 percent of New Yorkers agree with them. And in a separate study, the Food Industry Alliance of New York State found that the move would not hurt the traditional liquor stores." Jim Rogers, president of the Food Industry Alliance of New York State, told the paper that, "We are asking the Le...
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