CANADA: Cott lowers 2007 outlook

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 21 September 2007

Soft drinks own-label specialist Cott Corporation has lowered its earnings and sales forecasts for 2007, and is now expecting revenue growth to be flat and operating income to be "substantially lower" than 2006.

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Soft drinks own-label specialist Cott Corporation has lowered its earnings and sales forecasts for 2007, and is now expecting revenue growth to be flat and operating income to be "substantially lower" than 2006.

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