The Bell Food Group is strengthening its organisation
19.12.2018, Ad hoc publicity
The Bell Food Group is adjusting its corporate structure to the growth experienced in the last few years and is strengthening its Group Executive Board. The meat and convenience specialist is also expanding its fresh convenience production capacity for the German market...
The Bell Food Group posted growth in the first half of 2018 with a lower half-year profit
16.08.2018, Ad hoc publicity
The Bell Food Group's sales revenue improved by CHF 327.6 million to CHF 2.1 billion in the first half of 2018. At 268.3 million kilograms, sales volume is up by 19.9 percent on the prior-year period. EBITDA improved by CHF 6 million following the acquisition of Hügli. ...
The Bell Food Group invests in cultured meat. The Bell Food Group's operating performance for the first half is down on the prior-year period.
17.07.2018, Ad hoc publicity
The Bell Food Group is investing in the Dutch start-up Mosa Meat, the world's leading company for cultured beef. The objective of the upcoming development phase is to successfully bring cultured beef to market by 2021. This will provide an alternative to consumers who a...
Successful rights issue of Bell Food Group: 99.15% of the subscription rights for new registered shares have been exercised
06.06.2018, Ad hoc publicity
The exercise period for the new registered shares of Bell Food Group AG («Bell Food Group») in the context of the ordinary capital increase ended today, 12:00pm noon (CEST). In total, 2,285,712 new registered shares were offered to existing shareholders of Bell Food Gro...
Bell Food Group announces final terms of the planned capital increase with subscription rights as well as results for the first quarter 2018
25.05.2018, Ad hoc publicity
Bell Food Group AG («Bell Food Group» or the «Company») today announces the final terms of the planned capital increase with subscription rights to refinance the acquisition of Hügli Holding Aktiengesellschaft («Hügli»), to continue the previously announced strategic in...