* Food and drink groups see end to destocking * Many look to drive sales ahead of recovery * A number look to raise marketing spending * No signs of restocking in likely low stock future By David Jones, European Consumer Goods Correspondent LONDON, June 23 (Reuters) - European food and drink groups may well be reporting destocking is coming to end, but they are looking to launch new products and lift marketing spending rather than wait for restocking to signal a recovery. ...
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