UK: S&N optimistic after volumes boost

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 3 August 2004

The UK-based brewer S&N said today that its first half performance had seen an organic growth in beer volumes of 6%, leading to a rise in profits before tax of £158m, an 8.2% increase on a comparable basis. Operating proft reached £202m up 7.4% on a comparable basis.

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The UK-based brewer S&N said today that its first half performance had seen an organic growth in beer volumes of 6%, leading to a rise in profits before tax of £158m, an 8.2% increase on a comparable basis. Operating proft reached £202m up 7.4% on a comparable basis.

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