FRANCE: Danone Q1 revenue up

By | 14 April 2004

Danone has posted a rise in Q1 revenue. The French company said today that revenue for the first three months of the year grew by 6% to €3.41 billion from €3.23 billion a year earlier.

The increase was credited to growth in dairy products, which offset a weak performance in beverages for the company.

At constant exchange rates, revenue jumped by 10%, the company said.

The company's AGM is scheduled for tomorrow (15 April).

Sectors: Soft drinks, Water

Companies: Danone

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