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I sell liquor in a duty free store in the airside area of an

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I sell liquor in a duty free store in the airside area of an international airport. In my price labeling for liquor, if the bottle content is say 750ml do I also have to give the price for a liter of the product on the same label? Or is this just required
in Supermarkets. Thank you .
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Australia Law
Expert:  James D. Ford replied 2 years ago.

Hi my assumption is that this only applies in supermarkets.... however, I will investigate further, and confirm either way (if possible), cheers, James

Customer: replied 2 years ago.
James, I'm not sure, I heard that it was only supermarkets but I want to ensure that I am compliant with the law so I have directed my staff to include the litre cost on the price label as they do in supermarkets.