Britvic says Irish sales down 11% in third quarter

Britvic has said revenues in Ireland fell by 11 per cent in the third quarter as both volumes and pricing declined.

19th July, 2012
Britvic's Irish sales fall by 11% in the third quarter

Britvic has said revenues in Ireland fell by 11 per cent in the third quarter as both volumes and pricing declined.

The soft drinks manufacturer said Irish sales were affected by an increase in promotions as grocery sales outperformed those in pubs and clubs and impulse purchases.

Britvic, whose brands include Ballygowan and Robinsons, said third quarter volume was down by 7.6 per cent in Ireland while the average realised price was down by 4.2 per cent.

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