GFF

Goodman Fielder (GFF)

Stock Code

GFF

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The company known as Goodman Fielder is a food company based in Australia. The brands they cater to their consumers are provided across Australian and the New Zealand food industries. Their customers include convenience stores, supermarkets and food service customers. The company’s headquarter is situated in New South Wales, Australia with about 7,000 employed people.

Goodman Fielder Profits at $51m


Australian food supplier, Goodman Fielder (ASX:GFF) have released its half year profit results to the stock market.

  • $51 million Interim net profit to the six months to December 31. Up 137 percent from $25.1 million in the previous corresponding period.

Goodman Fielder to Close Factories


At an investor day presentation, Australian food manufacturer, Goodman Fielder (ASX:GFF) has announced its plans of company restructuring and the closure of factories in Australia and New Zealand as it seeks to save $100 million over three years.

  • Goodman Fielder is losing money from supplying generic branded breads to Coles and IGA. It's competitor, George Weston supplies generic breads for Woolworths (WOW) and German supermarket chain Aldi.

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Shares Drop for Goodman After Profit Cut


Goodman Fielder (ASX:GFF) shares plummeted more than 9 percent to $1.055 after the company made a surprise announcement yesterday to downgrade profit to 20 percent for the year. This is the company's lowest drop since April 2009. Wednesday saw shares drop by more than 3 percent on a 40 percent turnover spike.

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