The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted Britvic’s out-of-home sector

Ballygowan-maker Britvic said annual revenue declined and adjusted earnings fell as the pandemic hit its Irish and British businesses. The group, wh(...)

Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Drinks group Britvic said revenue in its third quarter fell 16.3 per cent as the measures to slow the spread of Covid-19 took hold. The MiWadi and B(...)

The Britvic Ireland plant in Ballyfermot. Britvic chef executive Simon Litherland says the world is now ‘a very different place’ from a few months ago.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Britvic has joined the ranks of companies deferring a decision on paying out a dividend until later in the year, as it assesses the damage caused by t(...)

Britvic said it remained confident that further progress would be made in the remainder of its financial year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

MiWadi and Ballygowan owner Britvic’s sales declined in the Republic on the back of a fall in the sale of third-party alcohol brands to pubs through i(...)

Revenue at Britvic rose 4.5% to £352.4m  in the first quarter

MiWadi and Ballygowan-owner Britvic reported higher first-quarter revenue on Thursday, driven by sales of low sugar and fruit-based beverages. Britvi(...)

Britvic said its portfolio of low and no sugar brands delivered another strong financial performance in Ireland. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

MiWadi and Ballygowan owner Britvic improved volume sales in the Irish market by 2.2 per cent as its two key brands generated “strong revenue growth”.(...)

When the soft drinks industry levy was excluded, revenue fell by 0.6 per cent over the third quarter. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA

Revenue at drinks maker Britvic rose 3.4 per cent in the three months to July 8th, despite being hampered by an industry-wide shortage of carbon dioxi(...)

Britvic’s  revenue in its UK drinks market was 1%  higher, with carbonates revenue up 4.9% on the strength of  Pepsi Max

Drinks group Britvic said it made a solid start to the year as revenue rose in the first quarter. However, it said plans to impose a levy on soft drin(...)

Britvic reported an 11.5 per cent rise in first-half revenue. Photograph:   Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Soft drinks company Britvic has urged the Government to ensure its new sugar tax on fizzy drinks is applied to imported products as well as locally-p(...)

The Britvic group as a whole reported a 10.1% increase in annual revenue to £1.4bn, while after-tax profits increased 10.3%  to £114.5m

Britvic Ireland has reported a 9.4 per cent jump in full-year revenue to £131.7 million (€154.6m), marking six consecutive quarters of growth. The s(...)

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