Restaurants that successfully pivoted to takeout during the pandemic received another boost last week as the province announced unmixed drinks can now be sold with curbside or delivery orders. Starting last Friday, businesses with liquor and food primary liquor licenses can offer single servings of beer, cider, wine or unmixed ounce of a spirit to go.
The province made the change after consulting with business and industry groups. BC has about 2,000 liquor-primary and 6,000 food-primary licensees, which can already sell full bottles of wine and spirits as well as mixed drinks packaged in single servings for takeout and delivery with the purchase of a meal.
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