UK: Savanna reports cider sales boost

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 11 October 2006

Distell-owned cider brand Savanna has increased year-on-year volume sales by 133% in the UK market, attributed by the company to increased distribution, heavy marketing support and the buoyant cider sector.

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Distell-owned cider brand Savanna has increased year-on-year volume sales by 133% in the UK market, attributed by the company to increased distribution, heavy marketing support and the buoyant cider sector.

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