One of the cornerstones of a free society is the protection of property rights. Once a person has rightfully acquired property, he or she has an unabridged right to dispose of that property as he or she pleases. The only condition is that the property owner's use of it does not do harm to another person's life, liberty or property.
That is the only condition. Beyond that, a property owner has the right to use his or her assets wisely or stupidly. If he owns a business, it is his business (literally) whether he wants to reach out to as many customers as possible, or if he wants to limit whom he sells to, to a small, narrow group of people.