Tata Coffee consolidated Q3 net profit falls 45% to ₹38 crore
Consolidated total income for the quarter witnessed a 19.13 per cent growth during the October-December period at ₹754.76 crore as compared to ₹633.52 crore in the corresponding period the previous year, driven by higher realisations in Eight O'Clock Coffee (EOC) and instant coffee businesses of the company.
The company, a subsidiary of Tata Consumer Products formerly known as
The operating performance of EOC business was impacted during the quarter under review by higher input and other costs, which are expected to ease over coming quarters, it said.
Tata Coffee's Vietnam operations continue to deliver robust sales with improved profitability driven by higher sales of premium products, it said.
"The performance of our instant coffee business continues to be robust. Tata Coffee's Vietnam operations continue to be strong with a healthy order pipeline. There is, however, continuing inflationary pressure on costs and impact on instant coffee sales in some geographies.
"Our subsidiary, Eight O'Clock Coffee, has registered higher revenues though the profitability for the quarter has been impacted due to higher costs," TCL Managing Director
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