Press releases

Bell Food Group made operational progress in the 2019 financial year; exceptional factors affected the result

13.02.2020, Ad hoc publicity

The Bell Food Group made considerable progress in the 2019 financial year. Adjusted for various exceptional factors, the Bell Food Group posted operational growth. Joos Sutter and Thomas Hinderer are nominated as new members of the Bell Food Group Board of Directors.

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The Bell Food Group sets its strategic direction mainly by the exit from German sausage business

14.08.2019, Ad hoc publicity

The first half of 2019 was dominated by the sharp increase of raw material prices for meat in Europe, the organisational restructuring of Bell Germany and unfavourable weather conditions. At CHF 2.0 billion, adjusted sales revenue for the Bell Food Group was on a par with the prior-year period. With the commissioning in Austria of the most modern convenience facility in Europe, the Bell Food Group is further expanding its market position in the convenience segment.

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Competition authorities approve sale of German sausage business to Zur Mühlen Group

25.07.2019, Ad hoc publicity

Yesterday, the responsible competition authorities gave their unconditional approval for the sale of the sausage business of Bell Germany to the Zur Mühlen Group.

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The Bell Food Group in Germany to focus on its strong position for air-dried ham and part company with its German sausage business

24.06.2019, Ad hoc publicity

The Bell Food Group will focus on and further expand its strong position in the air-dried ham segment. To this end it is parting company with its German sausage business, which it is selling to the Zur Mühlen Group. The Zur Mühlen Group is the ideal buyer and will take over the plants in Suhl and Börger together with all employees. The sale of the sausage business will bring some changes for the Administration and Central Services departments.

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Massive increases in the price of pork affect Bell Food Group’s operating results

19.06.2019, Ad hoc publicity

Pork price increases in excess of 30% since the beginning of the year have placed a strain on the operating results of Bell Food Group. The higher procurement costs in the EU region have not yet been able to be passed on to sales prices to the extent required. EBIT for the first half of 2019 is set to stagnate below CHF 50 million (previous year CHF 55.2 million).

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