Chile-based Coca-Cola bottler Embotelladora Andina has said continuing growth in Brazil drove a surge in third-quarter sales.

Andina, which bottles Coke products in Argentina, Brazil and Chile, said yesterday (26 October) that sales for the three months to the end of September were up almost 13% year-on-year to US$234.8m. The company did not disclose quarterly profit figures.

The company said sales in Brazil had jumped 30% so far this year. Andina has also seen some growth in Chile and Argentina, with sales up 3.2% and 4.1% respectively.

Group revenues for the nine months to the end of September rose 13% to $712m, driving a 25% leap in profits to $82m.