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DAILY NEWS FETCH - November 9, 2015
CREATED BY WINE INDUSTRY INSIGHT & MADE POSSIBLE BY OUR SPONSORS
Publisher/Executive Editor, Lewis Perdue -- Editor, Becca Yeamans-Irwin
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TODAY'S TOP NEWS
Arsenic & Lead Are Present In Many US Wines. But Daily Data shows you which state's bottles have a LOT Less than the rest. Scroll Down!
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GIVE US THIS DAY OUR DAILY DATA
This State's Wine Has a LOT Less Arsenic & Lead Than The Others
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Study says that wine consumption should be considered as one of multiple food and beverage sources.
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