Monday May 25, 2020

Britvic's Irish sales ahead in first half

Ballygowan and Miwadi performed well, says company

19th May, 2016
Britvic was 'disappointed' with UK drinks tax plan Pic Getty

Drinks group Britvic, which owns brands such as Ballygowan and Miwadi, says revenue in its Irish business rose in the six months to April 10 this year. It says revenue in the business has now grown for four of the last five quarters.

Revenue in the six months was £62.9m, up 4.1 per cent compared with a year earlier. Britvic said growth was led by Ballygowan and Miwadi, while there was also a strong performance from...

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