The program aims to make buying booze, beer and groceries a one-stop trip.
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In addition to the many food vendors, this installment will have beer tents, cocktail and wine.
Under new rules, drinkers will be able to buy as much as 24 bottles at a time directly from out-of-state wineries.
Plus: Experts say beer is better match for cheese than wine; and an investigation is under way to tie Taco Bell to a salmonella outbreak in Oklahoma, all in our morning news roundup.
Both operations could be up and running by the end of next week.
Newly Adopted New Jersey Law Allows Direct Wine Shipments; The Pride of Pottsville Is Now America’s Largest Beer Maker
Plus: Expect more salt, Korean food and seaweed on menus; and junk food at home is more likely a culprit in childhood obesity than junk food at school, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Police arrest a South Jersey hockey fan in connection to the brutal beating of a Rangers fan in front of Geno's; and the Humane Society gobbles up Carl's Jr and Hardee's, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: White Castle tests out beer; and Campbell's Soup Co. teaches school kids how to garden, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Orange peels may help in the battle against e. Coli; and radiation levels detected in Japanese baby food, all in our morning news roundup.
Eleven-Year-Old ‘Heimlich Hero’ Says Saving Lives Is ‘Awesome’; Beer in Cans: No Longer Just For Hicks and Hipsters
Plus: Research ties soda consumption to violence; and BK unveils an 'artisanal' burger, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: The federal government steps in to help out with feeding flood victims; and now scientists are saying red wine does not stave off aging, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Ohio considers a bill that would allow gun owners to carry concealed weapons in restaurants; and a Coca-Cola delivery truck crashes into an elementary school, all in our morning news roundup.
Vetri-Starr Projects on North Broad Will Create Hundreds of New Jobs; Camden and Campbell Soup Get the Go-Ahead to Raze Sears Facility
Plus: There's some speculation that rising food costs brought about uprisings in Egypt; and competitive eating champion offers advice on stuffing your face, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Super Bowl ads confirm that adorable dogs can be used to market anything; and First Lady Michelle Obama pushes the restaurant industry for smaller portions and healthier kids meals, all in our morning new roundup.
When it comes to their wine kiosks, the LCB believes that if first you don't succeed, try, try again.
A New Ruling on Wine Sales in NJ Could Crush Local Wineries; Martha Stewart Gets Back to Basics With a New Show
Plus: With new dietary guidelines, the USDA warns against calories, soda and salt; and Chili's tests new barbecue menu items, all in our morning news roundup.
Pennsylvania and New Jersey Wines Get Some Recognition; An Incurable Virus Threatens the Future of Florida Citrus Fruits
Plus more money than ever will be spent on concessions at the Super Bowl, and Michelle Obama works with Wal-Mart to reduce the price on fruit and vegetables, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus Subway dabbles in gluten-free, and a global food crisis now seems imminent, all in our morning news roundup.
So much for the "high tech" wine dispensing machines bringing the state-run liquor control board into the 21st Century.
Plus eggs are great for hangovers, and Kroger issues a recall on pet in food in 19 states, all in out morning news roundup.