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Canadian wine producer Andrew Peller has increased revenue by 9% in its first half, boosted by both organic growth and acquisitions.

Revenue for the six months ended 30 September rose to US$129m, Andrew Peller said today (7 November). Sales for the second quarter rose by 13% to $69.4m.

 


Sectors: Wine

Companies: Andrew Peller

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