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The British Honey Company says alcohol sanitiser product tops sales expectations

"Drip+Drop" generated £500,000 in revenue since its launch at the end of March

The British Honey Company - The British Honey Company alcohol sanitiser product tops sales expectations

The British Honey Company (LON:BHC) said sales of its "Drip+Drop" alcohol sanitiser product has topped expectations, generating £500,000 in revenue.

The British honey-infused spirits producers switched to sanitisers at the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, to meet exceptional demand and supply shortages.

WATCH: British Honey Company ramping up production of its alcohol sanitiser as demand soars

The firm said it will continue to focus its capacity on the product, launched at the end of March, while demand remains high in the short to medium term.

Management added there are enough alcohol supplies to continue production throughout the year.

Shares were trading at 115p on the Aquis Stock Exchange.

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