US: Diageo goes to court to protect FABs

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 18 October 2004

The world's largest wine and spirits group Diageo said on Friday that its Diageo-Guinness USA subsidiary was taking legal action seeking to invalidate an Oregon Liquor Control Commission rule which will effectively bans the sale of most Flavoured Malt Beverages (FMB) in more than 3,500 of Oregon's grocery and convenience stores.

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The world's largest wine and spirits group Diageo said on Friday that its Diageo-Guinness USA subsidiary was taking legal action seeking to invalidate an Oregon Liquor Control Commission rule which will effectively bans the sale of most Flavoured Malt Beverages (FMB) in more than 3,500 of Oregon's grocery and convenience stores.

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