National Foods (Zimbabwe) records a 11% volume increase for the 9 months ended March 2022

Published On: May 18, 2022By Tags: Southern-Africa


  1. National Foods Holdings Limited recorded a 11% volume increase for the 9 months ended March 2022 spurred by :
    • Animal feed. Volume up 16%, poultry strong,
    • Rice, salt. Volume up 41%.
    • Snacks. Volumes up 33%.
    • Cereals. Volumes up 45%.
    • Maize. Volumes down 11% following good harvest.
  2. Outlook: Management positive and group is continuing its on-going investment programme of cereal and flour projects in Harare and Bulawayo.

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National Food’s share price is at an all-time high.

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