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SAB Miller has announced new investments in Africa and Peru as it reported a 3% increase in half-year lager volumes. The brewer said it planned to invest $260m in increasing capacity at its subsidiaries in Uganda, Ghana, Zambia and Tanzania on the back of a 23% increase in half-year profits in its African operations.
Harp lager will continue to be available, Wolverhampton and Dudley has confirmed. The company said it had renegotiated its distribution deal with Diageo, the beer's owner, after a review. The new contract means the lager will receive less...
The latest resting place for Harp lager is set to be Castle Eden.
This is the result of the restructure plan unveiled for Wolverhampton and Dudley.
The Midlands regional giant which has been the subject of takeover rumours for a year has decided...
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