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Product Delisting

Goals of the Delisting Process at the Idaho State Liquor Division (ISLD)

The ISLD product line is continuously being evaluated to ensure success in serving our patrons. Listing and delisting procedures are used to maintain an optimal product mix for the consumer by bringing new products to market and removing non-performing products. The final decision regarding whether products are listed in; are retained in; or are deleted from the ISLD product line ultimately rests with the Director* based on consumer purchases.

***Effective May 1, 2016***

Delisting Policies

Regular/Limited Products:

A Regular/Limited product carried by the ISLD will be examined for delisting if the product’s 12 month retail $ volume falls below (listed below) per point of distribution.

Product Delisting Chart 1

If a product falls below the $ per point of distribution monthly benchmark rate, a letter will be issued regarding the delisting of the item.

Note: This dollar volume is indexed off the following per price tier:

Product Delisting Chart 2

***Effective May 1, 2016***

New Products:

A newly listed product carried by ISLD will be examined after the product has been available in the marketplace for 9 months.

If the product’s 9th month $ volume falls below the monthly benchmark rate of (listed below) per point of distribution per month, an advisory letter will be issued regarding potential delisting.

Product Delisting Chart 3

If the product achieves the benchmark rate in the next three months, it will not be delisted.

Note: This dollar volume is indexed off the following per price tier:

Product Delisting Chart 4

  • *IDAPA 15.10.01.21(06) – New Listings
  • *IDAPA 15.10.01.21(07) – Delisting

Idaho State Liquor Division Delisting Process