In the third quarter to 5 July revenue totalled £249.1m, up 5.9% on the previous year.
In Great Britain and its international operations, revenue rose 11.6% to £209.4m, with strong sales for its Robinson’s and Fruit Shoot brands.
In contrast however, its business in Ireland saw sales volumes fall 20.3%. The soft drinks company says it reflected a “particularly challenging” May and June performance.
Chief executive Paul Moody says: “Britvic has continued to outperform the market in the latest quarter.”
In May, Britvic reported a 16.3% rise in pre-tax profit to £20m in the six months to April 12. It attributed the rise to the strong performance of its stills and carbonates brands