Message in a bottle: How Britvic is upping its green manufacturing game

Michael Holder
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One of the upgraded lines at Britvic's Leeds factory | Credit: Britvic
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One of the upgraded lines at Britvic's Leeds factory | Credit: Britvic

Soft drinks giant is launching several stop-gap sustainability targets as it invests £240m across its three UK factories to boost efficiency and reduce plastic waste

Despite last week launching a new set of green targets for 2020, Britvic - the maker of 1.6 billion litres of soft drinks each year in the UK alone, including household names Robinsons, Tango and Pepsi...

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