AUSTRALIA: Two Dogs expands production in $A3m drive
Two Dogs, the Australian producer of alcoholic lemonade and orangeade, part of the French Pernod Ricard group, is to spend $A3 million ($1.56m) expanding its South Australian production facility and developing new products. This follows a $A2.5m ($1.92m) - expansion last year. Making the announcement Two Dogs managing director Duncan McGillivray said Japan had now become the biggest export market with annual sales of 1.5m cases worth $A133m ($69.2m). Two Dogs is also produced in Britain and the US.
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