Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Snacktime LSE:SNAK London Ordinary Share GB00B29HFH73 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 16.2 -4.4 -16.9 - 5.97

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16/3/2014
12:16
123trev: Ps kn the share price won't rise on results they will include the one off payments relating to the upgrading of Drinkmaster so on top of everything else I believe another big loss.However if Drinkmaster sold that's a different matter but will only be a short term solution,still think something more going on here but let's wait and see?
16/3/2014
11:17
knigel: Don't know why you're laughing - you are stuck here too! Looking at the charts - the share price will have another rise - at some point. Probably in 1-2 months time when the results are out and there's an update on any demerger/sell of Drink Master. Could be a good time to add?
19/2/2014
20:07
knigel: No large trades after the talks were terminated. 25k shares sell and 30k shares buy.. overall the share price fall seems over done... there is still a low free float available...although there may be no short term news, positions might be taken over the next few weeks perhaps pushing the share price back to 14-15p imo
22/1/2014
16:00
treacle32: 22 January 2014 SnackTime plc ("SnackTime" or the "Company") Response to share price movement/press speculation The Board of SnackTime notes the recent rise in the Company's share price and announces that it has received a preliminary approach from Uvenco UK Ltd ("Uvenco") that may or may not lead to an offer being made for the entire issued and to be issued share capital of the Company ("Possible Offer"). The discussions are at an early stage and there can be no certainty that an offer will be made, nor as to the terms on which any offer might be made.
22/1/2014
15:37
treacle32: But as I said months & months ago in September 2013 that Vendia holds the ace card through with their 29.9% stake - they were satisfied when the share price was £1.35. Vendia will rule imo on what price we get.
16/11/2013
17:13
treacle32: He has paid as high as 18.50p in late September 2013 - not confirmed through RNS yet. IMO he has bought another 600,000 shares through late September 2013, October 2013 and November 2013 - that would also tie in with him buying another 650,000 shares during July 2013, August 2013, early September 2013 after his maiden purchase of 650,000 shares. It is a fact the Net Asset Value per share which is the denominator used is 62/63 pence. It is fact that Vendia were given a 29.96% stake when the share price was around £1.30. I've always said 40 to 60 pence based on my details/subtantiated since end of August. Throw in the kind of customers SNAK has is what their joint venture requires to get a foothold. Also, it's a fact Boris and Blair Jenkins could only acquire Snacktime if Vendia agree because of the size of their holding. As I've always said Blair Jenkins provided that stake to them when the Vendia business was acquired. With Snacktime's trading significantly improving, Vendia will be fighting tooth and nail imo to get as high price as possible. Vendia holds the ace card. Back in mid-September 2013 it was Vendia who made the noise just after Boris's increase in stake RNS came through - they would thought straight-away a hostile bid could be coming. And from their perspective imo hang on a minute just remember we've got a 29.96% stake which you would need if you want to acquire Snacktime. 50p would be £8 million pounds only for a company producing under 20 million turnover, 30,000 customers I believe, some big brands, and moving back into profit. Vendia will also be smitten with the fact Blair Jenkins paid £11 million pounds or so for the Vendia business alone and to expand Snacktime.
14/10/2013
20:36
treacle32: - Vendia. The holding of 5,447,855 was provided for an acquisition and at the time the share price was around £1.30. So their 29.9% stake was once worth about £7 million pounds and at the time SNAK was valued around £21 million pounds. With a NAV of 62 pence from last set of results its just a case of what price would Vendia accept now? Wednesday 22 September 2010 The consideration payable to the vendors of Vendia UK comprises: · '5,447,855 new ordinary shares of 2p each in the Company ("New Ordinary Shares"), which will represent 29.9 per cent. of SnackTime's enlarged share capital following completion of the Acquisition. Pursuant to the terms of the sale and purchase agreement, the New Ordinary Shares are the subject of lock-in arrangements for 24 months from issue, and Vendia UK's major shareholder has agreed to a lock in of a further 12 months; · 1,816,557 million warrants exercisable into new ordinary shares of 2p each in the Company ("Warrants"), exercisable at a price of 2p per share, further details of which are set out below; and · deferred consideration of GBP0.5 million in cash, payable in two tranches of GBP250,000 on 31 December 2010 and 30 June 2011'. - This maybe of great relevance now because I've just found this now. Vendia couldn't exercise the warrants for a period of 3 years i.e. from 22 September 2010 to 22 September 2013. More so, they can't do so now too because it would be a breach of the AIM rules because their holding would go over 30% and would automatically trigger having to make an offer for Snacktime. Vendia themselves maybe interested in making an offer as well as Boris and after all when the share price is a fraction of when Vendia sold their business to Snacktime. Vendia holds a further ace card imo through the warrants and can play it as they want which should be good for us and allow for Boris Belotserkovsky to pay a much higher price if he is indeed going to make an offer. 'The Warrants cannot be exercised for a period of three years from the date of issue, nor at any time thereafter if doing so would breach the AIM Rules for Companies, be in contravention of the Companies Act 2006 or result in the holder(s) having to make an offer for the Company pursuant to Rule 9 of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers (the "City Code"). If any of these situations were to arise, the Warrants would be exchanged for Convertible Unsecured Loan Notes ("CULs") which would not pay any interest and could not be converted for ten years from their issue, nor at any time thereafter if doing so would result in the holder(s) having to make an offer for the Company pursuant to Rule 9 of the City Code, in which case the CULs would be exchanged for loan notes which would not pay any interest'
13/10/2013
13:02
treacle32: - Vendia. The holding of 5,447,855 was provided for an acquisition and at the time the share price was around £1.30. So their 29.9% stake was once worth about £7 million pounds and at the time SNAK was valued around £21 million pounds. With a NAV of 62 pence from last set of results its just a case of what price would Vendia accept now? Wednesday 22 September 2010 The consideration payable to the vendors of Vendia UK comprises: · '5,447,855 new ordinary shares of 2p each in the Company ("New Ordinary Shares"), which will represent 29.9 per cent. of SnackTime's enlarged share capital following completion of the Acquisition. Pursuant to the terms of the sale and purchase agreement, the New Ordinary Shares are the subject of lock-in arrangements for 24 months from issue, and Vendia UK's major shareholder has agreed to a lock in of a further 12 months; · 1,816,557 million warrants exercisable into new ordinary shares of 2p each in the Company ("Warrants"), exercisable at a price of 2p per share, further details of which are set out below; and · deferred consideration of GBP0.5 million in cash, payable in two tranches of GBP250,000 on 31 December 2010 and 30 June 2011'. - This maybe of great relevance now because I've just found this now. Vendia couldn't exercise the warrants for a period of 3 years i.e. from 22 September 2010 to 22 September 2013. More so, they can't do so now too because it would be a breach of the AIM rules because their holding would go over 30% and would automatically trigger having to make an offer for Snacktime. Vendia themselves maybe interested in making an offer as well as Boris and after all when the share price is a fraction of when Vendia sold their business to Snacktime. Vendia holds a further ace card imo through the warrants and can play it as they want which should be good for us and allow for Boris Belotserkovsky to pay a much higher price if he is indeed going to make an offer. 'The Warrants cannot be exercised for a period of three years from the date of issue, nor at any time thereafter if doing so would breach the AIM Rules for Companies, be in contravention of the Companies Act 2006 or result in the holder(s) having to make an offer for the Company pursuant to Rule 9 of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers (the "City Code"). If any of these situations were to arise, the Warrants would be exchanged for Convertible Unsecured Loan Notes ("CULs") which would not pay any interest and could not be converted for ten years from their issue, nor at any time thereafter if doing so would result in the holder(s) having to make an offer for the Company pursuant to Rule 9 of the City Code, in which case the CULs would be exchanged for loan notes which would not pay any interest'.
23/9/2013
15:11
knigel: Research that most of us could find if we wanted to (and some i already knew about when i was here circ 9-12 months ago when share price went from 8p to 14p). Sorry but the only credit here goes to Boris for buying 8% otherwise the share price would still be sub 10p because advfn posts do not move share prices - buying does!
07/9/2013
14:48
knigel: It was a compliment as you are the only one trying to bring this company to light! I know how it feels to see the potential in a company before others cotton on - as I was literally the only one posting non stop on HHR two years ago when the share price was sub 1p. It is a bit different to point scoring or constant negative comments isn't it? As for SNAK I got in at 8p and sold at 14p a while back and the share is still on my radar so I have probably been around this thread far longer than most - so why you are getting your back up I have no idea? BTW buying a 3% stake is interesting but nothing to keep too excited about (yet)... perhaps if the stake gets to double figures it may cause ripples - and a higher share price... BTW look again at the TVZ thread - perhaps you might agree with my comment because unlike here were you have been making valid points about SNAK, I can see hardly any comments about TVZ - just point scoring - perhaps I should have just directed my comment to the TVZ thread and not as a general point but some posters (and I will not name names) just follow one another around the threads to make digs - and I for one have had enough of it!!!!!!!!
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