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Consumer GoodsFood Producers
  • Price (CHF)2,018.00
  • Today's Change12.00 / 0.60%
  • Shares traded7.97k
  • 1 Year change24.64%
  • Beta0.6553
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About the company

Barry Callebaut AG is a Switzerland-based company engaged in the food processing industry. The Company produces cocoa, chocolate and confectionery products for the food industry, from industrial food manufacturers to artisanal and professional users of chocolate, such as chocolatiers, pastry chefs, bakers, hotels, restaurants or caterer. Its manufacturing process involves all stages of the cocoa and chocolate value chain from the sourcing of raw materials to the delivery of the finished products. The Company’s global activities are divided into four geographic-based segments: Global Cocoa, Europe, Americas, and Asia Pacific. The Company operates more than 50 chocolate and cocoa factories, and is present in over 30 countries. The Company operates Nyonkopa, a licensed buying company based in Ghana, as a subsidiary.

  • Revenue in CHF (TTM)7.31bn
  • Net income in CHF370.28m
  • Incorporated1994
  • Employees12.26k
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Peer analysis

Key Information
CompanyRevenue (TTM)Net income (TTM)Market capEmployeesPrice/earnings (TTM)Price/book value (MRQ)Price/cash flow (TTM)Price/sales (TTM)EPS (excl. extraordinary items, TTM)EPS (incl. extraordinary items, TTM)Revenue per share (TTM)Book value per share (MRQ)Asset turnover (TTM)Inventory turnover (TTM)Receivables turnover (TTM)Revenues per employee (TTM)Return on avg assets (TTM)Return on avg assets (5 yr avg)Return on investment (TTM)Return on investment (5 yr avg)Gross margin (TTM)Gross margin
(5 yr avg)
Net profit margin (TTM)Net Profit margin
(5 yr avg)
Quick ratio (MRQ)Interest coverage (TTM)Total debt to capital (MRQ)Payout ratio
(5 yr avg)
Revenue
(YOY change %)
Revenue
(5 yr growth rate)
Net income
(YOY change %)
Net income
(5 yr growth rate)
Capital expenditure
(5 yr growth rate)
Dividend
(5 yr growth rate)
Lotus Bakeries NV642.97m75.66m2.30bn1.60k30.135.8224.753.5785.3185.31724.95441.750.83418.638.22366,001.309.9310.7612.5414.3039.5540.5811.9011.820.729931.480.38527.236.1810.865.3019.107.1820.17
BEL SA3.63bn105.65m2.36bn13.09k22.341.298.710.651614.0614.06481.88242.720.84166.706.69252,934.202.544.813.466.6527.4630.963.025.350.87526.860.378931.86-1.044.01-46.40-5.173.46-4.56
Suedzucker AG7.22bn-971.69m3.16bn19.61k--0.9885--0.4373-4.35-4.3532.2914.280.79273.046.46343,077.20-10.210.1847-14.130.271831.2233.15-12.880.23851.34-17.700.3207---3.28-2.16-511.65--0.0953-16.74
Ebro Foods SA2.99bn152.39m3.38bn7.24k22.211.4312.401.130.90430.90817.7214.070.69432.527.02385,676.303.794.994.886.3145.2430.185.467.030.734464.980.276952.975.576.23-35.820.187917.782.66
Glanbia plc3.32bn239.96m3.43bn6.90k14.281.939.851.030.74020.740210.255.481.035.438.04439,521.807.467.728.999.6024.3130.187.227.721.09--0.374125.26-0.03350.03517.889.16-11.0219.33
Leroy Seafood Group ASA2.23bn155.65m3.92bn4.62k25.072.2515.351.762.422.4234.5226.990.71631.669.124,446,140.004.9510.916.0213.7445.0642.386.9113.701.30141.350.301339.166.5213.0096.4614.6723.2214.87
Emmi AG3.45bn177.18m4.45bn6.05k25.092.7513.921.2933.1133.11644.04302.391.266.579.07560,223.406.656.128.658.5223.0922.465.264.781.6312.660.232324.482.770.947444.3817.41-7.6418.82
Tate & Lyle PLC3.71bn300.54m4.55bn4.12k15.272.548.641.230.48920.48926.032.941.01--8.62691,094.408.226.3610.378.23--43.828.116.381.06--0.365680.101.660.0073-31.18-5.88-2.431.27
AAK AB (publ)2.93bn150.46m4.57bn3.82k30.384.2620.761.565.695.69110.8340.551.424.607.407,792,186.007.427.2810.4610.7117.4615.925.214.761.0615.650.310634.904.3710.7810.7212.555.4913.09
SalMar ASA1.32bn324.12m5.52bn1.48k16.996.0814.084.1926.4326.43107.5173.820.76710.961420.358,216,332.0018.8118.1425.6722.5255.9256.1424.5223.790.3114179.800.282777.224.8612.6756.9214.7925.8923.52
Orkla ASA4.62bn358.24m9.86bn18.51k27.462.7218.052.133.303.3042.6033.310.7952--6.882,300,432.006.306.027.857.24----7.938.830.7795--0.22582.973.237.83-6.947.9013.370.7875
Barry Callebaut AG7.31bn370.28m11.08bn12.26k30.034.6120.321.5267.2167.211,326.64438.021.183.738.46596,315.305.985.209.368.3416.2614.765.044.310.90154.060.435837.495.194.503.977.972.5010.90
Mowi ASA4.51bn479.31m12.92bn14.54k26.704.1717.192.878.638.6381.2455.290.76755.536.902,856,713.008.158.239.619.8252.9749.3010.6110.592.5220.980.3786119.614.459.1322.5112.766.5227.27
Data as of Dec 06 2019. Currency figures normalised to Barry Callebaut AG's reporting currency: Swiss Franc CHF

Institutional shareholders

13.74%Per cent of shares held by top holders
HolderShares% Held
Invesco Asset Management Deutschland GmbHas of 08 Nov 2019166.19k3.03%
Invesco Advisers, Inc.as of 30 Sep 2019121.11k2.21%
Jupiter Asset Management Ltd.as of 30 Aug 201973.31k1.34%
Norges Bank Investment Managementas of 31 Dec 201873.04k1.33%
The Vanguard Group, Inc.as of 31 Oct 201965.40k1.19%
UBS Asset Management Switzerland AGas of 06 Nov 201963.19k1.15%
Z�rcher Kantonalbank (Investment Management)as of 31 Oct 201959.39k1.08%
BlackRock Fund Advisorsas of 07 Nov 201950.28k0.92%
Vontobel Asset Management AGas of 30 Sep 201943.79k0.80%
Credit Suisse Asset Management (Schweiz) AGas of 29 Nov 201938.12k0.70%
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