Irn-Bru chief paid £1.3m as profits at soft drinks giant beat pre-Covid levels
- ByHerald Scotland-
By Scott Wright
By Scott Wright
By Sinchita Mitra (Reuters) - The maker of Scottish soft drink Irn-Bru will keep prices unchanged for the next six months but won't rule out future price hikes given Britain's...
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A.G. BARR p.l.c., together with its subsidiaries, manufactures, distributes, and sells soft drinks and cocktail solutions in the United Kingdom and internationally. It provides carbonated and flavored soft drinks, fruit cocktails, fruit juices, spring and sparkling water, fruit puree, energy drinks, iced tea, and other non-alcoholic beverages. The company sells its products under the Barr flavours, Bundaberg, D'N'B, Funkin, IRN-BRU, KA, OMJ!, Rubicon, San Benedetto, Simply, Snapple, Strathmore, Sun Exotic, Rubicon RAW, Xyber, and Tizer brands. It also engages in the distribution and sale of plant-based milks and porridge. The company was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Cumbernauld, the United Kingdom.