Aga Rangemaster reveals ‘marked change in attitude’ after May election, leading to 16.7% rise in operating profits in runup to Middleby takeover

Upmarket consumers flocked to buy Aga cookers after the Tory election victory in May as they abandoned pre-poll caution.

The cookers’ maker, Aga Rangemaster, said sales were slow at the beginning of the year but there had been a “marked change in attitude” after May’s vote. Its Rangemaster lines benefited from greater consumer confidence as well as higher incomes feeding through to more spending on the home and house moves.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS