Home Drinks companies switch to alcohol production for sanitisers Urgent action by the local wine industry enabled producers to complete this season’s harvest, but restrictions on trade during the national lockdown could cost wine farmers and cellars billions in income losses

Urgent action by the local wine industry enabled producers to complete this season’s harvest, but restrictions on trade during the national lockdown could cost wine farmers and cellars billions in income losses

Urgent action by the local wine industry enabled producers to complete this season’s harvest, but restrictions on trade during the national lockdown could cost wine farmers and cellars billions in income losses

Distell Group CEO, Richard Rushton, said the company was determined to support government in its bid to halt the spread of COVID-19 by producing alcohol that can be used to produce hand and surface sanitisers.
Weather forecasts indicate a late start to the winter rainfall region accompanied by high temperatures. This could mean a difficult planting season for grain farmers in this region.

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