Cott has things its own way in the UK

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 31 August 2005

Cott Corporation's acquisition of UK drinks company Macaw cements its UK division's position as the leading producer of own label soft drinks in the country. Annette Sessions assesses the deal and reports on the current state of play in the British own label market.

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Cott Corporation's acquisition of UK drinks company Macaw cements its UK division's position as the leading producer of own label soft drinks in the country. Annette Sessions assesses the deal and reports on the current state of play in the British own label market.

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