Britvic banks on sustainability with £400m loan facility linked to green goals

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Britvic is to pay interest on the loan depending on its sustainability progress
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Britvic is to pay interest on the loan depending on its sustainability progress

Interest on the loan is dependent on Britvic driving progress towards its green goals to cut plastics and emissions by 2025

Soft drinks manufacturer Britvic has become the latest corporate to sign up for a sustainability-linked credit facility, allowing it to borrow up to £400m over the next five years from a group of seven...

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