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Eastern promise

Insights: Mediterranean wines appeal rises as consumers become more adventurous Subscription

12 Feb 2016 | By Justin Keay

The search for the new and interesting is upping the ante for Greece, Croatia, Lebanon and Turkey. Justin Keay reports

Bargain Booze

Analysis: Conviviality brings Matthew Clark business into the fold Subscription

12 Feb 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

The impact of Conviviality’s acquisition of Matthew Clark is just beginning to be felt as it renegotiates with suppliers

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Gary Cann, BWS buyer at Living Ventures

Q&A: Gary Cann, BWS procurement manager, Living Ventures Group Subscription

12 Feb 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

Gary Cann is the buyer at Manchester’s leading bar and restaurant operator and he talks about drinks trends and the challenges of meeting these as an expanding on-trade group

James Bielby

James Bielby: Has the Government turned its back on small businesses?

10 Feb 2016 | By James Bielby

James Bielby, chief executive officer of the Federation of Wholesale Distributors, asks whether a number of different government initiatives being focused on from the National Living Wage to the relaxation of Sunday Trading rules could harm small business owners.

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Pernod Ricard

Pernod Ricard outperforms Diageo with solid half-year profit growth

11 Feb 2016 | By Mathew Lyons

Global drinks giant Pernod Ricard has reported solid growth in the first half of its financial year 2015/16, with organic sales up 3% to £3.9 billion.

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