SWITZERLAND: Nestle sales up 10% in first quarter

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 11 April 2002

Food and drink conglomerate, Nestle SA, has reported a 10% rise in turnover in the first quarter and said it expects record sales and profitability this year. First quarter sales rose to SF21.31 billion (US$12.78 billion) from SF19.35 billion in the corresponding period last year. The growth exceeded analysts' predictions which were in the region of 9.3%.

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Food and drink conglomerate, Nestle SA, has reported a 10% rise in turnover in the first quarter and said it expects record sales and profitability this year. First quarter sales rose to SF21.31 billion (US$12.78 billion) from SF19.35 billion in the corresponding period last year. The growth exceeded analysts' predictions which were in the region of 9.3%.

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