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From bad to worse for Bulmer

From bad to worse for Bulmer

As if declining profits and poor summer weather were not bad
enough, Britain's leading cider maker HP Bulmer has now revealed
previously unnoticed costs in its UK takehome division - costs
which will either push 2001/2002 profits...

Solid growth for Grolsch

Solid growth for Grolsch

The launch of the new Zinniz fruit-flavoured beer brand helped
Grolsch lift its share of an otherwise sluggish Dutch market.
Strong performances in the UK also contributed to a 6.6 per cent
rise in turnover during the half.

Diageo buyback to continue

Diageo buyback to continue

The world's biggest spirits group should continue with its policy
of using the proceeds of disposals to buy back shares when the sale
of its Burger King unit is completed. But this does not rule out
further acquisitions.

Strong growth at CCHBC

Strong growth at CCHBC

Coca-Cola Hellenic HBC, the world's second largest Coke bottler
with operations in 26 countries, has reported strong growth in
sales and profits for the first half of the year.

Quest knocks ICI results

Quest knocks ICI results

Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) yesterday warned that technical
problems at one of its food flavour plants in Holland would wipe
£10m (€15.83m) off second-half profits, reports The Guardian.

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