May 2004
Progressive Grocer;5/15/2004, Vol. 83 Issue 8, Special Section p3
Trade Publication
Discusses the efforts of grocers to reduce underage access to beer, wine and spirits in the U.S. Partnership of the Responsible Retailing Forum and state retailer associations for the launching of pilot projects; Number of participating retailers in the project; Highlights of an underage access survey conducted by the Century Council; Options offered by the Iowa Alcohol Beverages Division. INSET: Labels Will Help Consumers Compare Beverages.


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