Case study: Bombay Sapphire mixes cocktail of renewables to cut CO2

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The world's fastest-growing gin brand might be made from a 252-year-old secret recipe, but its producers are keen to reveal how they are setting the pace for low-carbon businesses in the 21st century....

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