‘Sinaloa canceled alcohol ban’; Yet Mazatlan restaurants cannot sell alcoholic beverages

The National Chamber of Commerce in Mazatlán and the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Spiced Food Industry of Mazatlán are waiting for the sale to be allowed evenly to all money orders.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Despite the fact that the Dry Law was completed on May 18 in Sinaloa, such measure did not apply evenly, since the restaurants have not received permission from the authorities to start selling alcoholic beverages, mentioned Rodrigo Becerra Rodríguez, president of Canirac Mazatlán.

“There is some frustration in the sense that restaurants were not taken into account; we were thinking that the restaurants were going to be included in our revival, ”he argued.

For his part, the president of Canaco Servytur Sinaloa Sur, Jesús Sandoval Gaxiola, pointed out that although it is positive that the economy begins to revive for people who sell this type of beverage, however, he noted that the lifting of the Dry Law it was ‘half-hearted’.

“A Dry Law is removed a little half because nothing else has been approved for stores and supermarkets the sale of alcohol, however, the authorization to lift the dry law has not yet reached distributors,” he said.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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