EU: Liberalisers win vodka definition vote

By Keith Nuthall | 19 June 2007

Large drinks companies such as Diageo will be able to continue making vodka from non-traditional ingredients such as grapes, without having to label their products vodka-style drinks, following a European Parliament vote today (19 June).

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Large drinks companies such as Diageo will be able to continue making vodka from non-traditional ingredients such as grapes, without having to label their products vodka-style drinks, following a European Parliament vote today (19 June).

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