Tutti turnover climbs over HUF 4.7 bln in 2014

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Hungarian powdered drink producer Tutti saw a revenue rise of 3.5%, reaching HUF 4.72 bln last year, with export sales climbing slightly more than one-third, up to HUF 633 mln, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI.

Pre-tax profit is estimated to have risen by 10% to over HUF 593 mln in 2014.

The company was established in 1986, and is located on the main road connecting Győr and Sopron. The company has annual revenue of HUF 4 bln and employs approximately 90 people.

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