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Dec 1, 2021 | Updated on Dec 1, 2021

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Nestle India's June Quarter Profit Rises as Domestic & Export Sales Grow in Double Digits

Jul 29, 2021

The growing revenue from e-commerce and innovations bolstered Nestle's profit during the quarter.

These FMCG Stocks Underperformed Sensex in the Past One Year. Can They Reverse Course?

May 24, 2021

Despite growth in volumes, top FMCG stocks underperform BSE Sensex. How long will this underperformance last?

Nestle India Sees Double-Digit Growth Across Segments in March Quarter

Apr 21, 2021

Key takeaways from Nestle's March quarter (Q1CY21) results.

The best FMCG company in India is...

Dec 10, 2009

Equitymaster's analysis of FMCG companies using DuPont analysis

Kraft: Competition heating up?

Sep 10, 2009

Equitymaster gives its analysis and views on the possible scenarios of Kraft Foods acquiring Cadbury

Nestle: A dividend nest

Mar 12, 2009

In the previous article, we had discussed the application on Hero Honda, of a frame work through which one could achieve returns entirely from dividends. In this article we shall discuss the dividend record of Nestle and apply the same frame work to see whether it can be a dividend nest for investors.

FMCG: Strong volumes, margin pressure

Aug 27, 2008

In the June quarter, FMCG companies saw an impressive topline growth. However, rising input prices and inflation took a toll on profitability. In this article we give an insight to the performance of the FMCG companies.

Food Processing - Ready to eat?

Sep 26, 2007

Major FMCG players like HLL, Dabur, ITC, and Nestle among others are increasing their presence in food and beverage segment. The massive size of the industry and faster growth in the processed segment is generating interest in the segment from a large number of companies. We give a further insight to the food-processing segment.

FMCG: 1QFY07 review

Aug 18, 2006

In recent times, India’s consumption story, favourable demographics and rising income levels have led to a good performance of the FMCG sector. In this article, we analyse the performance of the larger 5 FMCG companies, viz. HLL, ITC, Nestle, Britannia and Dabur.

FMCG: Deserves the interest?

Mar 8, 2006

A while ago, we wrote about how small FMCG companies performed in the December quarter 2005 in comparison to the same quarter the previous year and the picture was astounding, atleast on the profitability front. In this article, we analyse the performance of the larger 5 FMCG companies viz. HLL, ITC, Nestle, Britannia and Colgate. If one were to go by the numbers, there are surprises in the offing.

Will FMCG move fast in FY06?

Jun 15, 2005

The results season is over with Tata Tea being the last one to come out with its numbers a few days back. We decided to take the top 5 FMCG companies under our coverage and compare its performance against that of last years. The five companies include HLL, ITC, Nestle, Britannia and Tata Tea.

Nestle - A SWOT analysis

Feb 17, 2005

Nestle India Limited is the Indian arm of Nestle SA, which holds a 51% stake in the company.

Nestle: Not too enthusing

Oct 28, 2004

Nestle has reported over 5% topline growth during the September quarter ended 2004. However, pressure on its margins, reduced other income and lower extraordinary income has resulted in the company reporting over 9% dip in 3QCY04 profits. The performance is however, better than the 36% dip in bottomline that it saw during the June quarter this year.

Nestle: Business as usual

Oct 31, 2003

One of India's largest processed food companies, Nestle India, continues to grow steadily. The company has reported nearly 9% topline growth during 3QFY04, in a segment where its FMCG peers are hard pressed for growth. What's more, the company has finished the quarter with a significant 72% bottomline growth, propelled by extraordinary income in the form of a provision write back (Rs 129 m).

Nestle: Topline strength continues

Aug 1, 2003

Nestle India continues on its growth path. In the June quarter, the company has reported a 7% topline and nearly 15% bottomline growth. Overall, the company has finished first half of FY04 with a 10% topline and over 18% bottomline growth.

Nestle: Topline growth continues…

Apr 30, 2003

Nestle India has reported enthusing March quarter results. The company's topline increased by 13% and bottomline growth was 22% during the quarter. The company however, reported a marginal dip in operating margins to 21.9%.

Nestle: Exports mar performance

Mar 7, 2003

After reporting a 2% decline in net sales during the September quarter, Nestle India seems to have recovered somewhat to report a 3% topline growth in the December quarter, inline in the trend seen in the FMCG sector. The company reported a marginal 4% growth in net profits, inspite of Nestle upping its provisions and contingencies during the quarter. Excluding extraordinary items, the profit growth during the quarter was a healthy 39%.

Nestle: Slowdown catches up…

Oct 31, 2002

After reporting a stupendous 13% topline and over 40% bottomline growth in the first half of FY03, the slowdown in the FMCG market has finally caught with Nestle India in the September quarter. The company has reported a 16% dip in net profit in 3QFY03 backed by a marginal 2% decline in net sales. Other income is higher mainly due to receipt of duty drawback claims.

Nestle: Good numbers again…

Jul 30, 2002

Nestle India has continued its stupendous growth from 1QFY03 and carried it to 2QFY03. The company has declared 31% growth in 2QFY03 net profit, led by higher sales (up 9%) and improving cost efficiencies. Lower commodity prices too aided growth.

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