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By Stuart Todd Around 200 wine growers targeted two supermarket chains depots (Leader Price and Intermarche) in southern France last week. Protesting at cheap imports, the growers from France's Herault region smashed several hundred of bottles of wine said to be of Spanish, Italian and Greek origin as well as stocks of Italian wine vinegar.


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