UK: Nichols enjoys strong FY

By Chris Mercer | 8 March 2012

Vimto sales in the Middle East and good momentum in a tough UK soft drinks market have lifted Nichols to strong rises in sales and profits for 2011.

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Vimto sales in the Middle East and good momentum in a tough UK soft drinks market have lifted Nichols to strong rises in sales and profits for 2011.

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