Who’s up?


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Buxton 1L

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Summer 2022 was a boon for water brands – and none benefited more than Buxton. Amid record temperatures and a return of on-the-go occasions, the brand outpaced larger rivals by a considerable margin. It shifted 26.9 million more packs.


Fox's Fab 550g

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Cash-conscious Brits have turned to posh biscuits as an affordable treat in the past year. That has translated to an extra £22.6m for higher-end biscuit brand Fox’s, which enjoyed a 15.1% boost to volumes – equating to 13.3 million extra packs.


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Highland Spring launches new-look bottle

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Highland Spring

Here’s another beneficiary from the bottled water comeback. As the mercury soared last summer, so did Highland Spring’s sales. The brand’s £31m better off after seeing 9.6 million more units ring through tills.


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Who’s down?


Fever-Tree 500ML_Global_PITW_White (1)

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The posh mixer brand’s year was quiet in terms of innovation – and dire in terms of sales. It’s tumbled down the top 100 on the back of a £25m decline – driven by a slowdown in at-home cocktails.


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John West

Not even a 24% rise in average pack price could prevent John West from suffering a double-digit decline in value. It’s down 13.9%. Messaging around the affordability of canned fish will be key to recouping losses in the year ahead, says the brand.


Kenco Millicano new look

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With value down £12.5m, Kenco is banking on Brits enjoying more coffee occasions at home as the cost of living crisis continues. It certainly needs the help – the brand has suffered a 23% decline in units.