CANADA: Brick Brewing renews Canada Dry Mott's contract
Brick Brewing Co has renewed its contract with Canada Dry Mott's to manufacture, package and represent Mott's Clamato Original and Extra Spicy Caesar beverages in Canada.
The contract renewal with Canada Dry Mott's, a Dr Pepper Snapple Group company, is for an additional one-year term, the company said today (1 August).
"The Mott's Clamato Caesar brands have made tremendous impact within the Ontario ready to drink industry over the last few years," said George Croft, Brick Brewing president and CEO. "I'm enthusiastic about the continued partnership and I'm looking forward to what we'll be able to accomplish in the upcoming years."
"Canada Dry Mott's is at an exciting point of its history. The renewal of this contract can only mean bigger and better things for everyone," said Andy Bayfield, general manager of Canada Dry Mott's.
Under the terms of the agreement, Brick Brewery will continue to provide sales representation for the Mott's Clamato Caesar brands within the Ontario market.
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