6a. Conditions template off-licence (supermarket/grocery store)
- Alcohol may be sold on, or sold on or from and delivered from, the premises for consumption off the premises, and supplied free as a sample for consumption on the premises, only on the following days and hours: [specify].
- No alcohol is to be sold on or from the premises on Good Friday, Easter Sunday or Christmas Day or before 1.00 pm on Anzac Day.
- A remote sale of alcohol may be made at any time on any day. Any alcohol sold by remote sale must not be delivered between 11pm and 6am the next day.
- For any remote sale, the licensee must comply with the requirements in the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Regulations 2013 for signage and to ensure the purchaser is not a minor.
- While alcohol is being supplied free as a sample, water is to be provided to patrons free of charge at the place where the samples are being supplied.
- No alcohol may be sold other than alcohol that contains no more than 15% ethanol by volume measured at 20⁰C and is:
- beer that complies with the appropriate New Zealand food standard for beer; or
- mead that complies with the appropriate New Zealand food standard for mead; or
- fruit or vegetable wine that complies with the appropriate New Zealand food standard for fruit or vegetable wine (however that product maybe described in the standard); or
- grape wine that complies with the appropriate New Zealand food standard for grape wine (however that product maybe described in the standard); or
- a food flavouring, prepared for culinary purposes, that is unsuitable for drinking undiluted.
- A properly appointed certificated or acting or temporary manager must be on duty, at or nearby the point of sale, at all times when the premises are open for the sale and supply of alcohol.
- The licensee must display at the premises:
- at every point of sale, signage detailing restrictions on the sale and supply of alcohol to minors and intoxicated persons
- a copy of the licence attached to the inside of the premises so as to be easily read by people entering each principal entrance to the premises
- a sign prominently displayed at the premises that identifies by name the manager on duty.
- The ‘single alcohol area’ for the premises is as described on the plan date stamped [day, month, year]. The licensee must ensure that:
- no alcohol is displayed, promoted or advertised outside the single alcohol area
- no products other than alcohol, low-alcohol and non-alcoholic beer, wine or mead are displayed, promoted or advertised inside the single alcohol area.
The premises are as set out on the plan submitted with the application and date stamped [day, month, year]. A note to this effect is to be made on the licence.
DATED at [place, date]
Secretary, District Licensing Committee