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STRONG performances from Irn-Bru and the Rubicon fruit juice range have helped AG Barr post a 13 per cent rise in interim revenues to £118 million.
SCOTLAND's best-selling soft drink, Irn-Bru, is being forced to carry hyperactivity warnings after its maker failed to ditch two colourings linked to behavioural problems in youngsters.
SHARES in Irn-Bru maker AG Barr rose nearly 6 per cent yesterday after the firm announced a "good start" to the year.
FLAVIO McFadden, Crawfurd Baptista, and MacKaka. It is a roll call of names both familiar and exotic, and if Scotland's other national drink has its way, could form the spine of a triumphant midfield.
AG BARR, the maker of "Scotland's other national drink", Irn-Bru, told its annual general meeting in Glasgow yesterday the sales growth seen in 2009-10 had continued into the new financial year.
SCOTLAND'S other national drink Irn-Bru has been given a glamorous new identity as a cocktail ingredient.
IT HAS been Scotland's other national drink for more than 100 years, as much a symbol of our nation as whisky, kilts or haggis.
AG BARR, the company which makes iconic fizzy drink Irn-Bru, today reported a 20.8% jump in profits as consumers kept their taste for "Scotland's other national drink".
SALES at Irn-Bru maker AG Barr are set to fizz through the £200 million mark this year after continued strong demand for "Scotland's other national drink".
MORE than 70,000 cans of Irn-Bru have been recalled after the company behind the famous Scottish fizzy drink was flooded with complaints about its taste.
THE small puddles of bright green liquid seeping on to the otherwise pristine factory floor do not worry Roger White, chief executive of soft drinks firm AG Barr.
MADE from girders no more. Irn-Bru, the iconic fizzy drink imbibed by generations of Scots, will now be manufactured by soft Atlantic breezes.
ROGER White, chief executive of Irn-Bru maker AG Barr, is to double investment in the business this year to spearhead an attack on the English fizzy drinks market.
SHARES in AG Barr rose more than 11 per cent yesterday after the Irn-Bru maker unveiled a double-digit rise in sales.
WHEN the going gets tough, the tough are reaching for cakes and fizzy drinks to make themselves feel a bit better.
IRN Bru maker AG Barr said today that total sales had surged by nearly a quarter in the last three months.
THE businesswoman who is to be handed responsibility for Irn Bru's famous secret recipe has revealed that Scotland's other national drink is planning a cross-border invasion.
SHARES in soft drinks maker AG Barr closed higher last night after the board hailed an "excellent start to the year" at the group's AGM in Glasgow.