UK: AG Barr set fair for full-year

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 24 January 2007

UK soft drinks group AG Barr is on track to meet its full-year financial targets, the company said today (24 January). In a trading update, AG Barr said its performance is in line with expectations for the second half of its financial year to 27 January.

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UK soft drinks group AG Barr is on track to meet its full-year financial targets, the company said today (24 January). In a trading update, AG Barr said its performance is in line with expectations for the second half of its financial year to 27 January.

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