Times ranks Booze 30th in its class

02 November, 2007

Bargain Booze is Britain's 30th-largest mid-market private company, according to the Sunday Times Top Track 250 league table.

With annual sales of 336 million to April 2006 , the Crewe-based franchised retailer was ranked just above Merrydown Cider owner SHS Group .

Other drinks suppliers and retailers in the Top 250 include William Grant (23, 353 million) Edrington Group (58, 279 million) and Direct Wines (66, 271 million). London wine merchant Berry Bros came next (88, 246 million), followed by Halewood International (109, 230 million) and brewers Charles Wells (210, 165 million) and Daniel Thwaites (214, 162 million).

The Sunday Times' Top Track 250 complements the newspaper's Top Track 100 - a chart of the 100 largest British-owned companies - listing the next largest 250 companies by annual turnover. For full details, see fasttrack.co.uk.




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