CP All agrees to end selling draft beer at its 7-Eleven convenience stores
CP All, owner and operator of all 7-Eleven convenience stores in the country, has agreed to end it’s trial selling of draft beer at its convenience stores.
In a statement issued on Tuesday, the management of the company said that it agreed to end the selling of draft beer at all the 18 convenience stores that were put on trial selling by its marketing team since the beginning of this month.
It said the ending of the trial selling followed recommendations from private and publice sectors which have voiced concern over the selling of beer at convenience stores.
In another development, the Ministry of Public Health will continue its meeting today with relevant government agencies to consider legal action against the company.
The meeting will see to it if the company has violated the alcohol control law after it has sold draft beer to customers.
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