ONTARIO -- The Ontario government has selected the first group of grocers that will be allowed to sell domestic and imported wine starting Oct, 28.
Up to 70 stores across the province were selected from a group of grocers that participated in a bidding process held by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario.
The group of grocers allowed to sell liquor includes:
- Canex Canadian Forces Exchange System:
- Coppa's Fresh Market
- Farm Boy 2012 Inc.
- Fresh Market Foods
- Highland Farms Inc.
- Loblaws Inc.
- Longo Brothers Fruit Markets Inc.
- Metro Ontario Inc.
- Sobeys Capital Inc.
- Starsky's Fine Foods Hamilton Inc.
- Uxbridge Foods Inc.
- Wal-mart Canada Corp.
- Yummy Market Inc.
While the group of grocers allowed to sell wine has been chosen, the 70 specific stores across the province have yet to be announced.