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Nov 3 (Reuters) – Soft drinks bottler Coca Cola HBC reported a surge in third-quarter sales on Wednesday, buoyed by higher demand from fast-food chains and pubs with people eating and drinking out more as pandemic-related restrictions lift. Switzerland-based Coca Cola HBC said its net sales revenue for the reported quarter stood at 2.12 billion euros ($2.45 billion), above a company-provided consensus of 2.04 billion euros, and higher than the 1.83 billion euros posted in the year-ago period. The company, which is one of Coca-Cola’s many bottlers worldwide, holds local Coca-Cola franchises to bottle and Situs Judi Slot Online Terbaik sell drinks produced by the U.S.

beverage giant. Coca-Cola holds a roughly 23% stake in Coca Cola HBC, which operates in 28 countries including over a dozen in Europe. ($1 = 0.8636 euros) (Reporting by Priyanshi Mandhan in Bengaluru; Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips)