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Agricultural roots give wine sustainability headstart - Sustainability in Wine, Part I

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Diageo's decision to sell its wine interests reflects how wine offers fewer synergies with other beverage categories and does not always sit easily within the multi-sector portfolios of global beverage companies. In the sustainability arena, wine companies clearly face specific and unique challenges but close links with the agricultural supply chain also bring benefits.


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