Industry Update

December 2004
MarketWatch: Drinks;December2004, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p2
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Reports on developments involving companies in the beverage industry. Petition filed by Diageo-Guinness USA Inc. for a judicial review with the Oregon State Court of Appeals for the prohibition of selling of Flavored Malt Beverages in Oregon; Bidding of Constellation Brands Inc., an international alcoholic drink producer, to acquire Robert Mondavi Corp., a California-based winemaker; Opening of the processing plant of dairy firm Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd. in New Zealand.


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