Australia's Coca-Cola Amatil has said it will hit the top end of its earnings growth forecasts, saying that strong demand in Australia and New Zealand has put it on target to post 15% profit growth at the interim results.

The forecast suggest the company will post interim net profit of about A$108.3m (US$72.7m), up from A$94.2m of last year. 

The company is expecting record double-digit growth in Australia, thanks to higher volumes and sales per case, lower raw materials costs and reduced operating costs.

However, first half volumes and earnings will be lower in South Korea and Indonesia, as the effects of weaker consumer confidence bite.

CCA also said that it remains confident of posting 10 to 15% net profit growth for the full year.