• Price (EUR)4.38
  • Today's Change-0.072 / -1.62%
  • Shares traded1.03k
  • 1 Year change+34.33%
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The a2 Milk Company Limited is a New Zealand-based company engaged in the sale of products made with milk from cows that produce milk naturally containing only the A2 protein type. The Company operates through four segments: Australia and New Zealand, China and Other Asia, USA and Mataura Valley Milk. The Australia and New Zealand segment includes the sale of infant formula, milk and other dairy products, along with royalty, license fee and rental income. The China and Other Asia segment includes the sale of infant formula, milk and other dairy products. The USA segment includes the sale of milk and license fees. The Mataura Valley Milk segment is engaged in manufacturing and sale of nutritional and commodity products. The Company offers its products under a2 Milk and a2 Platinum brands. Its product includes a2 Milk Lite, a2 Platinum Premium toddler milk drink, a2 Platinum Premium junior milk drink, a2 Platinum Premium infant formula and a2 Milk Blue.

  • Revenue in NZD (TTM)1.44bn
  • Net income in NZD122.62m
  • Incorporated2000
  • Employees421.00
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