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Luton-based suppliers Hallgarten Druitt & Novum Wines has boosted its senior management team with the creation of a new director of regional sales role.
Co-op sets up European distribution hub in radical change to supply strategy for its continental wines Subscription
The words ‘agility’ and ‘flexibility’ are used frequently by Simon Cairns. As the Co-op’s beers wines and spirits trading director, he has overseen a category enjoying buoyant growth this year, with a 4.3% increase in like for like sales across the sector, according to the latest Nielsen reports.
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Morrisons is to list two new spirits from Kent-based distillery Ableforth’s across 300 of its stores.
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First wine, now spirits set to take a hit with rise in inflation and duty to slap a further £60m on consumers
The price of a bottle of wine and spirits is facing a major hike if duty rises in line with inflation, industry experts have warned.
The team behind the London Wine Fair is gearing up to launch its first consumer event.
The world’s number two wines and spirits producer has performed better than expected since April, with sales of Jameson emerging as the main growth driver.
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