National Beverage Corp. Reports 6.6 Percent Increase In Revenue In Fourth Quarter 2012

National  Beverage Corp. announced results for the year ended Jan. 26, 2013. Results for the fourth quarter include 6.6 percent revenue increase to $494.1 million, 7.3 percent increase in net income to $34.8 million, and 7.1 percent increase in earnings per share to $.75.

“Consistent quarters of revenue and earnings growth – achieved in a volatile environment of political and economic chaos – are a feat Team National is proud to report. Our winter quarter is always challenging, yet we were able to outpace the industry with the growth of both our Power+ Brands and carbonated soft drinks. The continued double-digit volume gains of our LaCroix sparking water and Rip It energy drink attest to the success of Team National in repositioning our products and distribution to the higher-growth segments of the beverage industry,” stated Nick A. Caporella, chairman and chief executive officer in a prepared statement.

“Working proudly at all that we do is inherent in our culture: safeguarding the balance sheet; providing shareholder gratification; innovating profoundly; developing new techniques and All-Ways setting ourselves apart . . . that’s our challenge at being the best provider of taste, quality and value! As most Americans ponder sequestering . . . we at National Beverage wish for America the wholesome spirit provided by – Refreshment,” concluded Caporella.

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