US: Premium spirits market still growing - Diageo

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 6 November 2008

An economic slowdown has caused more US consumers to trade down on drinks, but figures show that the premium spirits category remains buoyant, Diageo executives have said.

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An economic slowdown has caused more US consumers to trade down on drinks, but figures show that the premium spirits category remains buoyant, Diageo executives have said.

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