Finland: retailers respond to relaxed alcohol legislation

Date : 02 January 2018
The Finnish government has relaxed rules concerning the sale of alcohol in grocery stores under the Alcohol Act. As a result, alcohol with a maximum strength of 5.5% can now be sold in grocery stores, kiosks and service stations. As part of the changes, microbreweries can now apply for retail trade…
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