Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board spokeswoman Stacey Witalec tells WITF-FM that negotiations with supermarkets and routine safety testing of new kiosks are pushing back the planned rollout of the wine vending machines.
The board had planned to have the vending kiosks in 100 stores starting in late August. That came after two Harrisburg-area machines were deemed a success.
Witalec says there's no timetable for deployment of the kiosks and the board will instead work with supermarket chains one-by-one to get kiosks up and running.
Information from: WITF-FM