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Episode 7 | Product trends

The world of alcoholic beverages is constantly evolving and surfing on the wave of current trends. Some of them are here to stay, others leave as quickly as they arrived. Two experts present how trends are created and point out those that will come soon.

Published on May 17, 2022

Episode 7 - Product trends (In french only)

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