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An attorney with Nutter McClennen & Fish is representing a Whole Foods store in Sudbury, Massachusetts, in its attempt to offer shoppers the opportunity to drink wine and beer while shopping, according to Boston.com. The store is in the beginning stages of acquiring a restaurant pouring license in a move to offer a more unique experience for customers. In order to bring this plan to fruition, a town meeting would have to be held, and the town would have to petition the state Legislature to allow for a liquor licence for the Whole Foods location, as the town is already at its maximum number of licences, the report noted.

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