UK: Rising costs at Cott lead to UK price hikes

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 30 June 2008

Cott Corporation has lined up price increases in the UK due to "escalating input costs".

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Cott Corporation has lined up price increases in the UK due to "escalating input costs".

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