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Wetherspoons sales grow despite closures

Wetherspoons sales grow despite closures

"Sacrilege!", shouted JD Wetherspoon (JDW) chairman Tim Martin on discovering that Lavazza coffee was the pub group’s top-selling drink during the year to July, and that Pepsi was the most sold drink on draught. But that’s not to say Wetherspoons didn’t sell much beer - or food for that matter. Both like-for-like bar and food sales rose by 5.1 per cent, while hotel room revenue grew 2.3 per cent and fruit and slot machine sales by 2.9 per cent. Overall, comparable sales improved by 5 per cent.

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