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The View from A Farr – Fear of the unknown

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Diageo/LVMH move for Pernod won't wash

just-drinks speaks to Pernod CEO Alex Ricard

How to win the marketing war in spirits

Where will Pernod focus its attention in 2019-21?

Why spirits must rethink its future positioning

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Soft drinks producers are seeking increasingly exotic ingredients, notably fruits, for new product ideas. But, writes Annette Farr, novel foods legislation in the EU could stifle such innovation, preventing or at least delaying the introduction to European diets of ingredients with a proven history of providing health benefits in other parts of the world.


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