Warm weather pushes up Britvic revenue

Drinks company Britvic saw revenue rise 12.8 per cent to £366.4 million, benefiting from warm weather in July and the recovery of its Fruit Shoot drink following last year’s product recall.

17th October, 2013
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Drinks company Britvic saw revenue rise 12.8 per cent to £366.4 million, benefiting from warm weather in July and the recovery of its Fruit Shoot drink following last year’s product recall.

The company’s Irish revenue increased by 1.8 per cent in the fourth quarter, although that was a 3.5 per cent fall for the full year. The company said that underlying trading conditions in the Irish market remained largely unchanged from last year with...

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