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Britvic in On-Going Exclusive Discussions With Refresco On Potential Sale Of Assets In France
Britvic annual profit hurt by France weakness
Britvic To Sell Three Bottling Facilities In France
Britvic plc is a United Kingdom-based soft drinks company. The Company operates in the soft drinks manufacturing and distribution industry. It operates through six segments: GB stills, GB carbs, Ireland, France, Brazil and International. The GB stills and GB carbs segments include its operations in the United Kingdom excluding Northern Ireland. In Great Britain, the Company's brands include Robinsons, J2O, Tango, Fruit Shoot and Teisseire. The Ireland segment includes its operations in Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. In Ireland, its portfolio includes brands, such as Ballygowan, MiWadi and Club. In France, the Company offers products, such as syrups, organic fruit juice and soft drinks for children. In Brazil, the Company supplies liquid concentrates (dilutes) and ready-to-drink (RTD) nectar drinks. Its brands in Brazil include Maguary and daFruta. The International segment includes franchise, distribution or licensing arrangements.
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Britvic Plc <BVIC.L> on Wednesday posted a 31% drop in its annual profit after tax, as the British soft drink company grappled with a new law in France and wrote down the value of some assets in the country.
Britvic Plc posted a 21.7% fall in annual operating earnings, as the British soft drink company grappled with a new law in France and wrote down the value of some assets in the country.
* CONFIDENT THAT WE WILL ACHIEVE FULL-YEAR MARKET EXPECTATIONS
British soft drinks company Britvic Plc reported higher first-quarter revenue on Thursday, driven by sales of low sugar and fruit-based beverages.
Jan 31 - British soft drinks company Britvic Plc on Thursday reported higher first-quarter revenue, driven by sales of low sugar and fruit-based beverages.
Britvic Plc's <BVIC.L> full-year revenue rose 5.1 percent and topped analysts' forecasts, driven by stronger sales of beverages free of sugar as consumers move towards healthier options.
British soft drinks producer Britvic Plc's full-year revenue rose 5.1 percent, led by stronger sales of fruit-based beverages as consumers ditch sugary, fizzy drinks for healthier options.
Soft drinks maker Britvic's Chief Financial Officer, Matthew Dunn, will step down and take up the same role at online fashion retailer ASOS next year, the companies said on Tuesday.
A disruption in the supply of carbon dioxide in Britain prevented soft drinks maker Britvic <BVIC.L> from taking full advantage of an unusually warm summer in Britain, as it reported a 3.4 percent rise in quarterly revenue.
British soft drinks company Britvic Plc said its third-quarter revenue rose 3.4 percent, helped by strong sales of its sugar-free and non-carbonated drinks.
British soft drink company Britvic Plc <BVIC.L> said its half-year revenue rose 4.5 percent to 733.2 million pounds, as it sold more no- or low-sugar drinks including Pepsi that helped offset the impact of poor weather.
British soft drink company Britvic Plc said on Wednesday its half-year revenue rose 4.5 percent to 733.2 million pounds as it sold more no- or low-sugar drinks during the period.
British soft drinks company Britvic Plc <BVIC.L> said first-quarter sales rose 3.3 percent, helped by demand for its carbonated drinks in the UK, and said it was well-placed to tackle uncertainties stemming from from Britain's impending sugar tax.
* Q1 CARBONATES REVENUE INCREASED 4.9%, DRIVEN BY CONTINUED SUCCESS OF PEPSI MAX IN A VERY COMPETITIVE MARKET
British soft drinks company Britvic Plc said first-quarter sales rose 3.3 percent, helped by demand for its carbonated drinks in the UK.
Unilever <ULVR.L><UNc.AS> plans to close its Colman's mustard factory in the English city of Norwich next year, after more than 160 years, affecting 113 jobs.
Tight cost controls helped Robinsons squash maker Britvic post a 5 percent rise in annual core earnings, and the company said it was well placed to deal with uncertainties stemming from Britain's impending sugar tax.
British soft drinks firm Britvic said on Wednesday its full-year adjusted core earnings rose 5.1 percent, but warned that the introduction of a soft drinks tax in Britain and Ireland would create uncertainties in the sector.
* UNITE, GMB HAVE WRITTEN TO INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS OF BRITVIC CALLING ON THEM HALT THE PROPOSED CLOSURE OF THE NORWICH SITE Source text ID: (http://bit.ly/2ycTZ9e) Further company coverage:
Britain's Britvic Plc <BVIC.L> announced the closure of its Norwich factory on Tuesday, putting 240 jobs at risk and prompting fellow consumer goods producer Unilever to warn it might follow suite with a neighbouring plant.
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