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In a bid to stave off regulatory intervention, the Californian wine sector is to introduce an environmental code of conduct next week. The Wine Institute and the California Association of Winegrape Growers said they will publish a code of "sustainable" environmental practices for the region's wine companies who account for more than 90% of US total wine production.


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