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A G Barr Says On A Like-For-Like 26-Week Basis Revenue Is Expected To Be Up About 13%
A G Barr Says FY Profit Expected To Be Ahead Of Previous Expectations
A G Barr Plc Appoints Mark Allen Obe As Chairman Designate
A.G. BARR p.l.c. is a United Kingdom-based company, which is involved in soft drinks business. The Company's segments include carbonates, still drinks and water, and other. Its other segment includes Funkin cocktail solutions and other soft drink related items, such as water cups. The Company's portfolio of brands include IRN-BRU, D'N'B, OMJ!, Rubicon, Simply, Sun exotic, Rockstar, Funkin, Snapple, Strathmore, Tizer and Strathmore. The Company offers a range of products, including Appleade, Bubblegum, Cherry, Cream Soda, Diet Cola, Lemonade, Ginger Beer, IRN-BRU ice cream, Sparkling Berry Blast Juice Drink, Sparkling Tropical Juice Drink, Very Berry Still Juice Drink, Apple Tang Still Juice Drink, Guava sparkling, Simply Squash Orange, St Clements Apple Juice, Still Citrus Twist Juice, KA Karnival Krush, Mango Fruits exotic, Peach Iced Tea and KA Fruit Punch Still.
Westfield House, 4 Mollins Road
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Roger A. White
Chief Executive, Executive Director
Finance Director, Executive Director
Jonathan D. Kemp
Commercial Director, Executive Director
Julie Ann Barr
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth kicked off a week of engagements in Scotland on Monday with a visit to the factory where they make the country's favourite soft drink, Irn-Bru.
A.G. Barr, best known for Scottish fizzy drink Irn-Bru, reported on Tuesday a 30.5% slump in full-year profit, as the coronavirus-led restrictions imposed last December weakened sales in pubs and sapped demand for its products.
Soft drinks maker A.G. Barr said on Tuesday it expects annual pretax profit to be ahead of market estimates, but warned the months ahead would be challenging due to the coronovirus-led restrictions imposed in December.
A.G. Barr <BAG.L>, famous for Scottish fizzy drink Irn-Bru, posted a near 63% slump in half-year profits on Tuesday, as this year's coronavirus restrictions weakened sales in pubs and other outlets.
A.G. Barr, best known for Scottish fizzy drink Irn-Bru, reported a near 63% slump in half-year profit on Tuesday, as coronavirus-related lockdowns sapped demand for its products.
A.G. Barr, best known for Scottish fizzy drink Irn-Bru, said on Tuesday it expected revenue to fall by up to 15% this year, while reporting a recovery in some sectors, including hospitality, as coronavirus curbs eased in recent weeks.
A.G. Barr Plc, best known for Scottish fizzy drink Irn-Bru, said on Tuesday it expected revenue to fall by up to 15% this year, while reporting a recovery in its hospitality and 'on the go' segments as coronavirus curbs eased in recent weeks.
* PROXY ADVISORY FIRM PIRC RECOMMENDS A.G. BARR SHAREHOLDERS TO VOTE AGAINST RESOLUTION TO APPROVE REMUNERATION POLICY
* A.G.BARR - EXPECT THERE TO BE A MATERIAL ADVERSE IMPACT TO GROUP'S FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE DUE TO LOCKDOWN
Britain's benchmark stock indexes rebounded modestly after shedding more than 2% in the previous session, even as dealers continued to assess the potential fallout from the fast-spreading coronavirus.
A.G. Barr, best known for Scottish fizzy drink Irn-Bru, said on Tuesday it expects annual adjusted pretax profit to be at the top end of current market view, helped by higher prices of its soft drinks.
A.G. Barr, best known for Scottish fizzy drink Irn-Bru, said on Tuesday it expects annual adjusted pretax profit to be at the top end of current market view as an increase in prices for its soft drinks paid off.
* Company stockpiling ingredients ahead of Brexit - CEO (Adds CEO, analyst comments, shares)
British soft drinks maker A.G.Barr posted lower first-half profit on Tuesday as sales dipped due to higher pricing, along with brand challenges in its Rockstar energy and Rubicon juice drinks.
* Poor weather and brand challenges also hurt performance (Adds details on pricing, shares, analyst comments)
London's main stock market index inched higher on Tuesday, helped by gains in healthcare shares and Burberry, which surged after its first-quarter update showed new designs from creative chief Riccardo Tisci were boosting sales.
Irn-Bru maker A.G.Barr said on Tuesday it expected profits to fall 20% this year compared to last, citing disappointing spring and early summer weather and trading challenges in its Rockstar energy and Rubicon juice drink.
Irn-Bru maker A.G.Barr Plc said on Tuesday almost all of its soft drinks were now exempt from a sugar tax levied by Britain which sent beverage makers scuttling to change formulations and raise prices of drinks.
U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr said on Sunday that Attorney General William Barr should release as much of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report as possible.
A.G. Barr Plc, the maker of popular Scottish soft drink Irn-Bru, said on Friday it expects to report higher full-year revenue, but flagged prolonged economic uncertainty in Britain and regulatory intervention in the soft drinks industry.
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