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SABMiller in agreement with Kopparberg
SABMiller in agreement with Kopparberg

SABMiller in agreement with Kopparberg


Fin24/ I-Net Bridge - Jun 19th, 08:19

Johannesburg – Global breweing giant SABMiller [JSE:SAB] has signed a cooperation agreement with Swedish brewer Kopparberg Brewery AB for the long term licensing of Kopparberg cider products in selected markets. 

All Kopparberg cider products‚ including Pear and Naked Apple‚ will be available for distribution‚ and the cooperation will take place in various markets where Kopparberg does not have an existing interest‚ the brewer said on Tuesday.

The first SABMiller operation to sign an exclusive local distribution agreement is Australia‚ and others will follow in the coming months.From 

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