A pilot project in Surrey, B.C., sees Save-On Foods supermarket the first grocer to sell wine under the province’s new liquor law.
Starting April 1, the Save-On Foods store made wine available from a store within the grocery store, as reported in the Globe and Mail.
Cashiers ringing up the sales must be 19 and over.
However, B.C. won’t be debuting wine across the province. Currently, at the Surrey store, only B.C. wine is available.
The B.C. government has been making moves to reform liquor laws.
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