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Flora Foods Group (FFG) produces spreads, doing business in both developed & emerging markets across 69 countries. The company has a strong market position, with an 18% market share of the global butter & margarine business. Primary customers are large retail outlets, namely supermarkets.
Flora foods group was renamed to 'Upfield' and sold by Unilever to KKR for £6bn in 2018.
The company's product range includes:
15 May 2026
Next Interest Payment
15 May 2020
15 May 2021 at 102.875
15 May 2022 at 101.438
15 May 2023 at 100
Payments on time
* Current Yield and Yield to Maturity are on estimated return calculations and not guaranteed. All yields shown are gross of Taxation and our Service Fee.
Company Legal Name
Consumer & Food
Country of Origin
Year of Incorporation
Private Limited Company
Source: Public Company Information
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† Capital structure EBITDA is proforma, including remaining carve out savings of €54m.
‡ Based on equity injection by KKR in 2018.
Source: Public Company information
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