Retail Liquor Store Minimally Processed Food
Current law limits, with some exceptions, the amount of nonalcohol products a retail liquor store may sell by limiting the amount of annual gross revenues derived from the sale of nonalcohol products to 20% of the store's total annual gross sales revenues. The bill adds fruit, vegetables, nuts, and meat, if not substantially modified, to the list of items a retail liquor store may sell without including the sales revenues from those products in the calculation of the 20% limit. These food items may be cut, canned, dried, frozen, shelled, or packaged.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)