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nipper
post Posted: Aug 31 2020, 04:54 PM
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The rise of home cooking in COVID19 lockdowns and the increasing interest by consumers in plant based foods have combined at the right time, say the founders of Forbidden Foods.

Chief executive Marcus Brown said all of the group's main brands; Forbidden, Sensory Mills and Funch, are entirely plant based across a range of products including black rice, protein balls, organic baby food and puree, and specialist flour and powders. A lot of the home eating trend has come right through, he said.

Forbidden Foods products are sold in about 3500 retail outlets across Woolworths, the IGA independent retail stores supplied by Metcash, Drakes supermarkets and Costco. The company also supplies items to fast food chains including Hero Sushi and Zambrero.

Mr Brown said Forbidden Foods, established in 2010, ran a ''capital-light'' model where it outsourced production and packaging. E-commerce sales have also been rising fast in the past six months as consumers bunkered down at home. Mr Brown said online sales had climbed tenfold in the past six months and were expected to keep accelerating. "That's a big part of the business in the future,'' he said. "It's easy to scale.''

Forbidden Foods mainly uses Australia Post for its deliveries and Mr Brown said in the latest stage four lockdowns in Melbourne there had been some slight delays. But customers were very understanding about delivery logjams, he said.


Forbidden Foods sells about 10 per cent of its products overseas, with New Zealand the main export destination. Some product also goes to the United States and Britain. He said China would be a future target once the trade spat between Canberra and Beijing settled down.





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Forbidden Foods (ASX code FFF) is a diverse multi‑brand food and beverage company focusing on the wellness and organic markets, with various national and international sales channels.

The Company produces healthy food products under three primary brands .... Forbidden, Sensory Mill and Funch.

Forbidden Foods was established in 2010 with a vision to provide Australia with the very best health foods and to meet growing consumer demand for differentiated, health orientated products. Forbidden Foods recognised the demand for healthy, better‑for‑you food products and its brands are attractive to health conscious consumers who demand premium products.

By 2016, Forbidden Foods had expanded its operations, establishing a New Zealand distribution centre and supplying a variety of rice and rice flour products. In 2018, Forbidden Foods successfully expanded the existing Australian rice flour accessible market from 3 types of flour to 35. Today, Forbidden Foods has a diverse health foods retail and food service range and exports to customers in New Zealand, Ireland, Singapore and the United States.

Forbidden Foods has a diverse range of customers within the Food and Beverage Industry operating within retail (major and independent), food service, food manufacturing and quick service restaurants. Through its distribution channels, the Company has access to over 3,500 retailers, 500 food service and QSR




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"Every long-term security is nothing more than a claim on some expected future stream of cash that will be delivered into the hands of investors over time. For a given stream of expected future cash payments, the higher the price investors pay today for that stream of cash, the lower the long-term return they will achieve on their investment over time." - Dr John Hussman

"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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In reply to: ShareScene.com on Monday 04/12/06 11:31am

FFF broken out...received asx share price query. FFF owns 81.67% of Lawfund, has a loan book exceeding $6.8 billion. New management team, board includes Tony Wales (computershare) and Tom Hartigan.
Turn-around in performance from June 30, 06, losses.
Dec 06, EBITDA positive, $299,000. Projecting $533,000 to June 30, 07.
Holding FFF.

 
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From:
AFFIANCE GROUP LIMITED (AFS)

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FIRSTFOLIO LIMITED (FFF)

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AFFINITY HEALTH LIMITED




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