SGX Listed Stock


SGD 0.745
-0.005 / -0.67%
Share Price as of: 2022-07-01 17:16
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1Q25921608
Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Consumer Staples / Food, Beverage & Tobacco / Food Products

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Shashi Kumar
2022-04-24 10:05:23
5 Things To Know About China Shenshan Orchard (SGX:BKV), First Singapore Listed Pure-Play Kiwi Producer
Not many people know that the vitamin-rich, soft, green-fleshed, fuzzy kiwifruit that we normally associate with New Zealand is actually native to China. It is also known as mihoutao — “macaque fruit” in China, and was brought over to New Zealand by Mary Isabel Fraser in 1904, according to New Zealand’s official history website. The fruit’s association with the term “kiwi” came about when New Zealand first began exporting it to the United States in the 1950s and named it after their flightless, national bird. While most of the Kiwifruits found in our local supermarkets are from New Zealand, it is China that has, in recent years, become the world’s leading producer and consumer of Kiwifruits. The kiwifruit industry in China has grown from RMB 17.8 billion in 2013 to RMB 25.6
Angela Koo
2021-09-18 10:01:08
5 Things To Know About Delfi Limited (SGX:P34), The Company Behind Chocolate Brands Like Van Houten, Delfi and SilverQueen
Chocolate is a beloved sweet treat for many people. However, not many people know where their chocolates come from, even fewer know that Southeast Asia actually has the suitable climate for growing cocoa beans and that Indonesia is one of the larger global producers of cocoa bean. As someone who occasionally dabbles in baking and has a weakness for chocolate, I am pleasantly surprised to discover that a chocolate confectionery company is listed on the Singapore Exchange – Delfi Limited (SGX: P34). Delfi Limited is the company behind notable chocolate brands such as Van Houten, Delfi, SilverQueen, Ceres, Goya and Knick Knacks. While Singaporeans may not have heard of some of these brands, they would be familiar to Indonesians and Filipinos who would have snacked on these established b
Profit Hunting
2020-10-31 16:38:22
Defli is an Indonesian chocolate manufacturer and distributor listed on SGX.  They are by far the largest player, with over 40% market share.  75% of their revenue is from Indonesia, the rest from the Philippines.The Industry and CompetitorsAn Oct 2019 DBS report covers this well:Delfi's distribution is strong in rural areas ("General Trade"):Distributors in General Trade are largely exclusive to Delfi, creating a moat.The Modern Trade channel has been growing faster than General Trade, but has recently been slowed due to unhappiness.  New modern outlets can only be set up a certain distance from existing traditional outlets.Delfi has the largest market share in Indonesia.  They mainly compete with Mayora in the value segment, while the global brands (Nestle,
Profit Hunting
2020-09-02 23:03:15
What I'm doing
I'm now 95% invested.  85% if we count gold as cash.  Probably for the first time since this blog started.There's always the risk of another market crash, but if we hold cash, we will lose to inflation.  The Fed is always printing.Dividend PortfolioBought large positions in WMB and KMI several weeks ago, after news of Buffet buying into the sector.  These are boring, 'old man' utility stocks...but with some growth potential as their cashflows can fund expansion.Also bought a half position in Delfi - the USD is no longer rising and threatening EMs.  More of a growth stock, but still pays a (trailing) 4% dividend.  Could grow.  Could fall too.I am probably not yet earning enough in dividends to live off, but its getting close.Growth PortfolioThis is all in

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