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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…

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