- Treatt expects profit before tax and exceptional items for the year ending 30 September to be comfortably above its previous expectations.

An update from the manufacturer and supplier of innovative ingredient solutions for the flavour, fragrance and FMCG industries, says performance across the group has been consistently strong throughout 2016.

The group's focus on key beverage sectors including innovative citrus and sugar reduction solutions, as well as key markets such as China and North America, is showing encouraging signs of success. The cash performance of the Group has also been encouraging with net debt expected to end the year at its lowest level since 2005.

At 1:02pm: [LON:TET] Treatt PLC share price was +20.5p at 210p

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