A customer buys KIDO’s product at a supermarket.
HCM CITY — Food company KIDO Group has reported a 100 per cent year-on-year jump in revenues in January to VNĐ1.1 trillion (US$48 million).
Its profit before tax was up an eye-watering 342 per cent to VNĐ90 billion ($3.9 million).
The company attributed the surge to Lunar New Year demand.
It is a major festival for Vietnamese, and, thanks to its subsidiaries’ preparations since last October, they were able to diversify their products and distribute them through both traditional and modern channels in cities and rural areas, the company said.
Acquisitions helped it increase distribution to 450,000 points for canned foods and 120,000 for chilled products, it said.
Besides, after a gap, it returned to the confectionery market before the Lunar New Year.
In 2021 KIDO targets revenues of VNĐ11.5 trillion ($500 million),and a profit of VNĐ800 billion ($34.7 million).
To achieve them, it plans to diversify its oil products and strengthen distribution, and maintain its leadership in the ice-cream segment. It has a market share of 43.5 per cent.
KIDO had announced plans to bring more snacking products to the market in 2021 and develop its moon cake business.
It expects snacks to be the major contributor to its revenues and profits this year.
Also this year products its joint venture with Vinamilk will make will hit the market.
The company recently entered the potentially lucrative coffee market. — VNS