National Beverage Corp. (NASDAQ:FIZZ)’s focus on North American Market

Boston, MA 05/22/2013 (wallstreetpr) – The share price of National Beverage Corp. (NASDAQ:FIZZ) which holds a portfolio of soft drinks, juice drinks, water and specialty beverages had gained $1.55 per share to close at $17.239 for the trading day. This gain in share price of the beverages company is observed to be 9.79 percent increase over the previous trading session. National Beverage Corp. (NASDAQ:FIZZ) primarily focuses on the markets of North America and is involved in the production, marketing and sales of different types of drinks, beverages and plain water.

National Beverage Corp. (NASDAQ:FIZZ) concentrates on flavoured soft drinks, juice drinks, sparkling water and energy giving drinks and beverages. The flagship brands of the beverages company include Faygo and Shasta. In addition, National Beverage Corp. (NASDAQ:FIZZ) also offers an all natural non carbonated beverage, Clear Fruit to its health and diet conscious consumers. Another popular product of National Beverage Corp. (NASDAQ:FIZZ) is Crystal Bay which targets dieting consumers with its zero calorie combination of water lively fruit flavours. On the other hand, the beverages company offers 50 calorie vitamin enhanced nutritious beverage, Asante and natural and clear spring water, Mt. Shasta.

The share prices of National Beverage Corp. (NASDAQ:FIZZ) were observed to be in the range of $15.82 to $17.51 per share during the last trading session. The company holds market capitalization of $805.66 million and the institutional ownership is 16 percent of the holdings. National Beverage Corp. (NASDAQ:FIZZ) had floated 46.33 million shares to the equity holders and the average trading volume of the company is 24,142 shares per day.

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Published by Alan Masterson

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