Any of the following criteria may be used to classify a product as ‘undesirable’:
The name of the product, design of packaging of the liquor product, or class of the product (the product) is likely to be attractive to minors or young people.
The product is likely to be confused with soft drink or confectionery.
The product, for any reason, is likely to have a special appeal to minors or young people.
It is otherwise in the public interest to declare the product to be an undesirable liquor product.
Currently, the following products are permanently banned from sale on licensed premises
Anyliquor jelly product that is sold by a licensed premises for off-premises or takeaway consumption. Licensed premises that sell only takeaway alcohol are banned from stocking and selling liquor jelly products. However, licensed premises that sell alcohol for on-premises consumption are permitted to sell these products for consumption at their licensed venue, in-line with responsible service of alcohol standards.
Any liquor jelly product that is sold or supplied in a syringe or syringe-like packaging for on-premises or off-premises consumption.
A product containing liquor in a flexible tube bearing a name that includes either or both of the words ‘go’ or ‘vodka’, whether in lower case, upper case or a combination of both. Note: ‘Flexible tube’ means a flexible metal, plastic or laminate container sealed permanently at one end and having a cap at the other end.