N.J. bills could threaten alcohol sales

Two new pieces of legislation threaten to impact alcoholic beverage sales at food retail in New Jersey.

One would shrink the pool of potentially available packaged goods licenses for food retailers interested in expanding into that area, and the other would place new restrictions on retailers who sell alcoholic beverages for off-premise consumption, according to Linda Doherty, president of the New Jersey Food Council.

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