National Beverage Corp. First Quarter ‘Aroma’ . . . Signals Great Results
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Operating Margin Growth (Graphic: Business Wire)
- Revenues increased 20% to
- Operating Income increased 31% to
- Earnings per share increased 32% to
- Cash increased 29% to
For the trailing twelve months ended
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“This extraordinary start to our FY2018
“While momentum signals its presence in a myriad of ways, the one that most excites us is the scent of ‘toasted meringue’ in our ready-to-launch La Croix Key Lime sparkling water. Why . . . because our heartbeat is ‘innovation’ and here that spells . . . aroma and scents! While financial performance is ultimately the healthy condition of management’s purpose . . . it starts with a naturally-essenced strategic growth plan and, certainly, this first quarter is more than robust.
Our recently released 2017 Annual Report expresses the wholesome nature of our Company in a genuine and authentic sense. This Annual Report conveys our true character as never before reflected, and to quote an excerpt from the Chairman’s Message . . . National Beverage’s real purpose in making you aware of our leadership role in this sparkling water industry – and that is to make our healthy, authentically-genuine, great beverages the choice for all consumers searching for excellence.The right selection makes excellence a habit!” concluded a ‘mindful’ Caporella.
National Beverage’s iconic brands are the genuine essence . . . of America
“Patriotism” – If Only We Could Bottle It!
WE SPARKLE . . .
National Beverage Corp.
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|July 29, 2017 and July 30, 2016|
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National Beverage Corp.
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