Britvic has reported Q3 group revenue of £346.3 million (approximately €414 million), representing growth of 5.3% on last year.
In a trading statement issues today (21 July), it also revealed a revenue decline on an organic basis of 0.7% to £326.5 million (€390 million).
In Ireland, revenue increased by 10.6%, with both Britvic Ireland and wholesale business Counterpoint seeing strong growth.
With both Britvic's still and carbonated portfolios delivering increased revenue in the most recent quarter, the Irish business has now seen growth in five of the last six quarters.
According to the company, Ballygowan is demonstrating the most rapid growth within its portfolio, followed by MiWadi – including MiWadi 0% Sugar – and Club Zero.
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