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Pennsylvania Board Accepting Wine-Expanded Permits, And More…

Last updated on June 13th, 2024 at 05:02 pm

Convenience Store News In Brief…

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) is accepting requests for various new licenses and permits authorized under a new law. Requests for wine-expanded permits, conversions of eating place licenses into restaurant licenses, casino liquor licenses and direct wine shipper licenses may now be submitted through PLCB+, a new online licensing platform introduced earlier this year. In addition to adding new licensing functionalities to PLCB+, the PLCB has implemented organizational changes to support a new class of customers—restaurant and hotel licensees, including grocery and convenience stores, interested in obtaining wine-expanded permits to authorize the sale of wine to go…

Rutters-Organic-MilkRutter’s Dairy has introduced organic milk to its lineup of local milks. The new products are available in fat free, 1%, 2% and whole varieties. Sold in the half-gallon size, it is available in several grocery and fresh/organic-focused retail outlets. Rutter’s Organic Milk comes from local farms that are certified organic by Pennsylvania Certified Organic. The milk comes from family-owned farms in eastern and south central Pennsylvania and northeastern Maryland. Rutter’s Organic Milk contains no GMOs, no synthetic or artificial growth hormones, no antibiotics, no synthetic or persistent pesticides and no synthetic fertilizers…

Diageo of Norwalk, Connecticut, is changing the name of its U.S. beer business from Diageo-Guinness USA to Diageo Beer Co. USA. Following several months of strategy work to help best position Diageo’s U.S. beer business for the future, it was decided that the group’s name should convey Diageo’s brewing credentials and commitment to the broad category of premium beer.

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