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© Reuters. Products from the drinks company Fever Tree are displayed in London, Britain May 11, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall
(Reuters) – Tonic maker Fevertree reported a fall in profit for the first half of the year despite strong demand in Europe and the U.S., as inflationary pressures and continued exposure to elevated Trans-Atlantic freight costs bit into earnings.
The London-based company said its adjusted core profit for the six months ended June 30 was 21.9 million pounds ($25.62 million), compared with 29.2 million pounds the previous year.
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Tonic maker Fevertree’s half-year profit dips on cost pressures
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