Edita Food Industries announces additional price increases in bakery and wafer segments
Cairo, 23 March 2022
Edita Food Industries S.A.E. (EFID.CA on the Egyptian Exchange and EFID.L on the London Stock Exchange), a leader in the Egyptian packaged snack food market, announced today that it has instituted further price increases at its bakery and wafer segments. Bakery products previously priced at EGP 4.0 per pack have been repriced at EGP 5.0 per pack, while most bakery products priced at EGP 5.0 per pack have been repriced at EGP 7.0 per pack. Meanwhile, Freska wafer bars priced at EGP 2.0 per pack have been repriced at EGP 3.0 per pack.
Edita, founded in 1996 and headquartered in Egypt, is a leader in the growing Egyptian packaged snack food market. The Company manufactures, markets and distributes a range of branded baked snack products including packaged cakes, bakery, rusks (baked wheat), wafers and biscuits as well as selected confectionary/candy products. The Company's local brand portfolio includes household names such as Todo, Molto, Bake Rolz, Bake Stix, Freska, Oniro and MiMix. The Company also has the exclusive ownership of the international HTT brands Twinkies, Hoho's and Tiger Tail in Egypt, Libya, Jordan, Palestine, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Bahrain, Oman, the UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia; and is party to a technical assistance and know-how agreement to manufacture 11 additional HTT brands across its territories. The Company holds strong number-one market positions in its core cake and bakery segments as well as in candy, a number-two market position in rusks and a growing market position in the wafers segment. In FY2021, the Company derived 94.1% of its revenue from Egypt and 5.9% from regional export markets. Learn more at ir.edita.com.eg.
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