Licensed to Sell Liquor
As a responsible florist and retailer of gifts that may include liquor products, we take our legal obligations seriously. We all want to ensure that liquor is purchased and consumed responsibly.
Remember, it's illegal for us to sell alcohol to anyone under the age of 18. It's also illegal for you to buy alcohol if you're under the age of 18, even if you're buying it as a gift for someone else.
If you are under the age of 18, it's illegal for you to falsely declare your age, in order to buy alcohol from us. In accordance with the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 this is an offence liable on conviction to a fine of up to $2,000.
By submitting an order that includes liquor products with us and agreeing to our Trading Terms, you’re confirming that you AND the recipient are over the age of 18.
So pursuant to the Sale & Supply of Liquor Act 2012, Blanc Flowers and Gifts Limited (the Licensee, also known as Blanc Flowers) is authorised to sell alcohol from (but not on) our premises, situated at 15/152 Eleventh Avenue, Tauranga, and deliver it to another address.
Social Responsibility Policy.
Blanc Flowers have a responsibility to provide an environment where alcohol is sold responsibly. Because of this, we have implemented the following Social Responsibility policy.
We are committed to encouraging the responsible sale and supply of alcohol.
- It is against the law to sell alcohol to anyone who is intoxicated.
- It is against the law to sell alcohol to minors. If we are in doubt about your age, we will ask for identification If you look 25 years of age or under, you will be asked to produce one of the following:
– A current New Zealand or overseas passport
– A current New Zealand driver’s licence
– A Kiwi Access Card
- We cannot sell alcohol to an adult who intends to supply a minor unless they are their parent or legal guardian.
- We cannot sell alcohol to people in school uniform, regardless of proof of age.
- Alcohol will only be promoted and sold in a responsible manner.
- Our policy is zero tolerance for aggressive, coercive or violent behaviour. Customers behaving in a disorderly manner will be asked to leave the premises.