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Britvic Soft Drinks
Britvic Soft Drinks is a key supplier in the leisure sector with a portfolio of major soft drinks brands, including Pepsi, Tango, 7UP and Robinsons; a variety of packaging formats are available with coolers, dispense equipment and promotional support to drive throughout.

Address
Britvic plc, Breakspear Park, Breakspear Way, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP2 4TZ

Telephone
+44 (0)121 711 1102
(Please mention attractions-kit.net)

Website
www.britvic.com

Britvic Soft Drinks news

19 Jul 2013
Britvic launches Mountain Dew energy drinks

Soft drinks manufacturer Britvic Soft Drinks and PepsiCo UK recently launched Mountain Dew Sugar Free energy drink and AMP Energy powered by Mountain Dew stimulant energy drink.
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  Britvic launches Mountain Dew energy drinks
20 Feb 2013
The G Series Pro range by Gatorade

The G Series Pro by Gatorade consists of nutritional support at the three stages of physical activity: before, during and after.
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  The G Series Pro range by Gatorade
 
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