ESTONIA: Coca-Cola increases share of Estonian market

By Sarah Diston | 1 June 2001

Coca-Cola has announced that its acquisition of the Linnuse Kali Kvass brand from Osel Food has increased its share of the Estonian market by 10% to around 60%. In a statement Coca-Cola said: "The company is acquiring Linnuse Kali because of the growth potential of the brand in both Estonia and Latvia. In the long run we aim to export outside the Baltic States."

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Coca-Cola has announced that its acquisition of the Linnuse Kali Kvass brand from Osel Food has increased its share of the Estonian market by 10% to around 60%. In a statement Coca-Cola said: "The company is acquiring Linnuse Kali because of the growth potential of the brand in both Estonia and Latvia. In the long run we aim to export outside the Baltic States."

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