More on Britvic.
The soft drinks maker says that sales in the UK rose by 1.9% excluding the Soft Drinks Industry Levy which came into force in April.
With the new tax, UK revenue rose by 8% in the third quarter to 8 July.
In Ireland, Britvic's still drinks - in particular its Ballygowan water - did well because of the heat wave. Excluding the levy, sales rose by 6.6% and with the tax, grew by 11.3%.
Conversely, poor weather in France sent its revenue down by 15%.