Alcohol sales regulations are being tightened!

The country\’s media have already reported a humorous anabasis of selling rum truffles for 35 kronor. However, this is not a personal decision by the chain\’s employees, but a completely new, totally serious and thoughtful measure, requiring employees to carefully control the appearance of not only the alcohol, but also the appearance of those who purchase products containing alcohol.
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And when will you be checked?11]

If a chain store employee presumes that you are under the age of 25, it is in your best interest to ask for identification or some other proof of age. The goal, of course, is to prevent anyone under the age of 18 from purchasing alcoholic beverages. This includes products that contain even small amounts of alcohol. This internal law is stricter than the Health Protection from Substance Abuse Act, but follows a chain of internal laws. This is despite the absence of such a chain of internal regulations in other countries.
What is the most ridiculous thing about this case?
What is laughable about this whole affair is that the lamb truffles, while having an alcohol-based flavor, do not contain alcohol. So here is the traditional composition of a lamb truffle, so you can judge for yourself if it contains alcohol:
Solidified fat
Cocoa powder
– [31 Flavourings

Cocoa butter
Wheat starch
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Therefore, we can only infer from the preceding events that this measure is an exception in one chain in this country, and that it has resulted from a tightening of controls regarding legal compliance. This measure is an exception in one chain in this country and is the result of tightened controls on compliance with the law. According to inspections conducted by the Czech Trade Inspection Service, the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 18 occurs without problems in more than 60% of cases.
According to the Czech Trade Inspection Service, a total of 5,143 inspections were conducted in the Czech Republic in 2017. In particular, on the sale of alcohol to persons under the age of 18. 40% were found to be in violation of the law. The Inspection Bureau is currently conducting inspections with numbers under the age of 18.
As can be seen from the inspection results, there has been a slight improvement over the previous year.