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Libstar HY Normalised HEPS 30.9 Cents, 59.4 Mln Rand Impairment For Planned Unit Sale
Libstar Sees HY HEPS Between 20.9 Cents To 22.1 Cents
Libstar Holdings Reports FY Revenue Growth Of 12.5% To R9 892 MLn
Libstar Holdings Limited is a South Africa-based company that produces and supplies products in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry. The Company provides a range of products in seven categories, including perishables, ambient groceries, baking, snacks and confectionery, niche beverages, home and personal care (HPC) and food packaging. Its perishables product category includes dairy products, meat products, chicken products and fresh mushrooms. Its ambient groceries product category includes wet condiments, pastas, meal preparations, canned products and spreads. Its snacks and confectionery product category includes nuts and snack bars. Its baking product category includes baked goods and baking aids. Its niche beverage product category includes fruit beverages, water and mixers, and hot drinks. Its HPC product category includes household cleaning products, laundry care and personal care. Its food packaging product category includes cups, containers and accessories.
1st Floor, 62 Hume Road, Dunkeld
Chairperson of the Board
Andries van Rensburg
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Human Resource Executive
Charl de Villiers
Senior Financial Executive
Group Technical and Manufacturing Executive
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South African food producer Libstar Holdings Ltd said on Wednesday its normalised earnings rose 12.4% in the first half, helped by a strong performance in most of its divisions.
South African food producer Libstar Holdings Ltd said on Wednesday its normalised earnings rose 12.4% in the first half, helped by a strong performance in its core businesses.
The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect South African markets on Wednesday.
South African food producer Libstar Holdings Ltd <LBRJ.J> expects core earnings to rise as much as 22.8% in the first half, helped by a strong performance in its dry-condiments, snacks and confectionery and baking and baking aids businesses.
South African food producer Libstar Holdings Ltd expects core earnings to rise as much as 22.8% in the first half, helped by a strong performance in its dry-condiments, snacks and confectionery and baking and baking aids businesses.
* Firm expects added capacity to strengthen 2019 results (Recasts with shares and dividend)
South African food producer Libstar Holdings Ltd on Wednesday reported a 16.1 percent fall in full-year normalised earnings, weighed down by the impairment in the niche beverages category.
South Africa's Libstar Holdings Ltd is launching a new range of yoghurt in a bid to gain market share from French group Danone and local leader Clover Industries in the country's competitive dairy sector.
Consumer food maker Libstar Holdings listed on the Johannesburg stock exchange on Wednesday, the market's biggest listing so far in 2018, with the shares opening trade at its IPO price of 12.50 rand ($1) before slipping to 12.00 rand.
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