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Fevertree: no room for error

Fevertree tonic water mixed with gin
Growing competition is a concern. We've noticed a growing number of Fentimans mixers creeping onto supermarket shelves, hotels and bars.

UPDATE: Fentimans' growing presence is a concern Over the last few weeks, we have seen Fentimans mixers everywhere: offered with gin in bars and pubs, in elaborate marketing campaigns which focus on the company's heritage and, increasingly, in supermarkets. The below photo shows the premium mixer aisle of a Waitrose which used to be reserved exclusively for Fevertree (FEVR): Fentimans was established in 1905 by Thomas Fentiman and is now owned by his Great Grandson Eldon Robson and run by Ian Bray, former managing director at Fullers. Since Mr Robson restarted the business in 1998 it has been grabbing a growing amount of…

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