The company's stocks increased by 25% in the first quarter of 2009 to a 52-week high of CAN$1.68 (US$1.44) on the TSX .
Sales also increased from CAN$55.6 million (US$47.75 million) to CAN$84.1 million (US$72.2 million), which the company attributed to three price increases as well as a 6.7% rise in the volume of can and pouch sales, according to the article.
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