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Heres what was making the drinks news on this day in years gone by

Here's what was making the drinks news on this day in years gone by

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Heineken's CFO has praised innovation in the spirits industry for "showing us the way" to new products, including an alcohol-free radler aimed at stealing share from soft drinks.
MillerCoors is to shake-up its low-margin beer category as it plans to dump its non-core brands and heavy glass packaging.
As wine consumption in China becomes more widespread, the country's drinkers are broadening their horizons far beyond high-end French wines. Wine Intelligence research paints a picture of a market offering even greater potential than before.
We all love a good dust-up, don't we? When company is pitted against company in the arena, we all get a bit carried away. And, the bigger they are, the more bloodthirsty we get.
Whatever food labelling system is adopted by the EU, the key to its success will be consistency.
Consumers have changed their spending habits in the recession and are unlikely to revert once the economy recovers, according to Rabobank.
Carlsberg is looking to spend in the region of DKK1bn (US$207.5m) on centralising its business model in Western Europe.
Diageo has confirmed that it is "in talks" to form a joint venture in the Indian wine industry.
Champagne Louis Roederer has replied to accusations that one of its executives made racist comments last week.
Pernod Ricard is pushing the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to release more info about one of its competitors, according to press reports.
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