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Castle Brands has recorded a double-digit lift in first-half sales, helping the group narrow its losses.
Zambian Breweries, the SABMiller subsidiary, has started work on a new US$32.6m malting plant in Lusaka.
Production has begun at SABMiller's new US$33.3m brewery in Namibia, the company said today.
Castle Brands has widened Q1 losses despite a rise in sales after it invested US$4.2m in aged Bourbon stocks.
Castle Brands has called fiscal 2014 a “turning point” despite a difficult 12 months in which full-year sales increased but losses widened.
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