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Here's a look at the biggest stories and the best content from just-drinks this week.

Constellation Brands reported its results for the three months to the end of May this week

Constellation Brands reported its results for the three months to the end of May this week

In late-April, Rémy Cointreau reported an 11.2% decline in full-year sales for the 12 months to the end of March 2020. The figures were skewed somewhat by Remy's strategy of winding down its 'Partner Brands' operations. Here, just-drinks considers the group's performance over the last five years.

Constellation Brands has seen sales in its first full COVID-impacted quarter slip by mid-single-digits, although beer shipments to distributors in the US actually rose in the period.

The Coca-Cola Co has blamed a "rapidly shifting marketplace" for its decision to discontinue the Odwalla juice brand with the loss of 300 jobs.

just-drinks has learned of a brace of senior executive departures at Stoli Group, with a Pernod Ricard veteran joining the Stolichnaya brand owner as a replacement.

Brewers in China could face new taxes on premium beer as well as Government-backed boycotts of international brands, an analyst has warned.

The wine arm of French farming and agri-food co-operative InVivo has opened talks to raise its holding in counterpart Vinadeis, with a view to becoming the country's third-largest wine company.

The Coca-Cola Co and Diageo have joined a number of companies in putting a temporary stop on their social media advertising, including Facebook, in an ongoing row over hate speech.

Craft spirits companies in the European Union will be at a continued disadvantage to their brewing cousins, a trade organisation has warned, despite recently-proposed changes to excise duty legislation.

Pernod Ricard is sticking with London cues in the latest marketing campaign for its Beefeater gin brand.

The Coca-Cola Co has launched Coca-Cola-flavoured coffees in Chinese branches of Costa Coffee. The in-store brewed coffees come in two variants - Latte and Cappuccino - with a cold brew version to launch next month.

Campari Group is to deliver on the proposal to relocate its registered office to the Netherlands, a move that could be a precursor to a sizable M&A move.


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