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Fever-Tree's pre-close trading statement will no doubt be cause for a gin & tonic or two among shareholders: sales in the first half of 2015 will be about GBP24m (US$37m), 61% ahead of the prior year period. But the threat of competition looms as other premium mixer producers up their game.


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