UK: Britvic outperforms tough UK soft drinks market

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 25 July 2008

Britvic has claimed to have held off pressure from rising costs and a difficult UK soft drinks market to increase revenue by 30% so far this year.

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Britvic has claimed to have held off pressure from rising costs and a difficult UK soft drinks market to increase revenue by 30% so far this year.

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