Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Camellia Plc LSE:CAM London Ordinary Share GB0001667087 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10,550.00p 10,500.00p 10,600.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 309.8 52.5 912.4 11.6 292.00

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20/6/2016
16:47
California on track for very nice pistachio crop “All weather indicators have been very positive this season and we are expecting a very nice pistachio crop,” says Adam Cooper, vice president of marketing, Wonderful Pistachios. This year’s crop is expected to be bigger than last year’s, but Cooper feels it is too early to comment on size. ... ... Publication date: 6/20/2016 Author: Marieke Hemmes Copyright: www.freshplaza.com
piedro
08/6/2016
17:07
S. African farmers benefit from increased nut demand Macadamia farmers in Mpumalanga are set to rake in huge profits this harvesting season, thanks to an increase in demand from the United States and Chinese markets. The harvest season is now in full swing and more nuts are being brought into factories for processing. Valley Macadamias Group's Alan Sutton says, “This year, it’s been a difficult year agriculturally for the farmers because the drought has obviously reduced the yields and affected the size and proportions of the nuts. But market conditions are looking pretty good with regards to the exchange rate; the rand/dollar exchange is in favour of farmers and the market conditions overseas are very good because the demand for the produce is high.” A kilogram of macadamia nuts sold at about five dollars this year, that’s over R75 in local currency. It was less than that the previous year. Buyers are, however, insisting on quality nuts. Sutton says, "The emphasis is on the farmer to produce a better quality nut, which can be exported into the market, of which they will be prepared to pay for it. But obviously, they are not going to pay for rubbish. They want quality.” Source: farmingportal.co.za/bizcommunity.com Publication date: 6/8/2016
piedro
03/6/2016
15:16
Thank you jambo192 Business as usual.
piedro
03/6/2016
15:13
Almond news from California .. Despite price drop Growing almonds still profitable in California A recent report indicates strong consumer demand for almonds, suggesting that production of the nut will remain profitable for most California growers, despite a sharp drop in prices since last summer. However, it also highlights looming challenges for nut growers in the southern Central Valley. Rabobank’s assessment says Golden State almond producers are expected to harvest some 2 billion pounds this fall, which roughly equals the record crop of 2011-12. Not coincidentally, that high level of production has come as prices paid to growers have dropped to about $2 per pound, less than half what they were as recently as August, when the industry was still benefiting from past production shortfalls and a strong U.S. dollar. Rabobank’s report says the good news for growers, at least in the long term, is rising demand for the nuts. “More plentiful harvests and, now, lower prices will again encourage more consumption of almonds,” reads the report released late last month. It was authored by Rabobank’s senior fresh produce analyst, Vernon Crowder. Two aspects of the report were less than optimistic for local growers. First, it says almond prices probably won’t rise above $2.33 per pound, their average during the last decade, for another two to three years. But once prices reach that point, the report predicts, they won’t drop below it for at least 10 years. Perhaps more importantly to Kern’s farming industry, Rabobank predicts more and more almond orchards in the southern Central Valley will be converted to other crops because of unreliable surface water supplies. Bakersfield-area almond grower Richard Enns agreed the nut remains profitable for many local growers. But he said low prices are tempting owners of older, less productive orchards to consider replanting them with other crops. “It is questionable if they'll go back to almonds, or maybe they'll go to pistachios or table grapes,” he said, adding that almond prices will likely rebound once the global economy fully recovers from the recession. Source: bakersfield.com Publication date: 6/3/2016
piedro
28/4/2016
15:28
TTT1, Thank you.
piedro
28/4/2016
14:27
Read Panmure Gordon & Co's note on CAMELLIA, out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB0001667087 "FY15 results are in line with our expectations. Volatility in CAM’s portfolio, particularly around pricing for “critical-for-group-profits” crops such as tea is, however, causing near-term profit disruptions, but favourable long term, sustainability-oriented strategies and decisive actions from the new management team should reward shareholders over the long-term. We are therefore lowering our headline FY16 PBT* to £12m (from £25.1m) but maintain our ..."
thomasthetank1
20/4/2016
16:07
Good luck!
crumppot
20/4/2016
14:03
I rang the company this morning and the lady said she would chase up the person to whom she forwarded it.
piedro
18/4/2016
14:28
Sorry I don't
crumppot
18/4/2016
14:19
Thank you for the suggestion. Do you have his e-mail?
piedro
15/4/2016
17:01
Write to Malcolm Perkins. He should reply.
crumppot
15/4/2016
16:57
Perhaps this ... KENYA: Avocado disease hits Kenya Over the next two years, if uncontrolled, a disease known as Phytophthora could potentially wipe out avocado and macadamia trees in Murang’a and neighbouring counties in Kenya. ... hTTp://www.itfnet.org/v1/2016/03/kenya-avocado-disease-hits-kenya/ - I have written to the company but no reply
piedro
15/4/2016
15:11
Why has the share price fallen so much?
crumppot
15/4/2016
14:55
OVERVIEW GLOBAL AVOCADO MARKET ... Kenya aims to strengthen its position in the market The Kenyan season, which usually lasts from March to July, has recently started. While torrential rains caused some problems for the sector, the production is good and demand shows an upward trend. The size of the Hass avocados is small, also because growers are harvesting early to take advantage of the good prices. The main market is Europe, particularly the Netherlands. A trader hopes to benefit from South Africa's downward prospects. hTTp://www.freshplaza.com/article/156557/OVERVIEW-GLOBAL-AVOCADO-MARKET
piedro
01/4/2016
16:08
FWIW, Picked some up @ £81 yesterday
piedro
11/12/2015
14:43
South Africa Faces Worst Drought in Thirty Years 11 December 2015 SOUTH AFRICA - South Africa will be facing a disaster if it doesn’t rain by the end of December. Over the past year, El Niño has caused below average rainfall in many parts of the country, with some areas recording their lowest rainfall in fifty years. Dry climatic conditions is taking its toll on animal production and is threatening food security in the country. Glenneis Kriel reports. ... ... hTTp://www.thepoultrysite.com/poultrynews/36298/south-africa-faces-worst-drought-in-thirty-years/
piedro
11/12/2015
11:19
Perhaps due to the plunging Rand... Camellia has wine and nut operations in South Africa, and of course tea and other activities in Malawi and Kenya. Though as we know Camellia take a very long term view of such matters. Gb
glassboy
11/12/2015
09:51
Last results were pretty awful, El Nino weather...??
chrisdgb
11/12/2015
09:01
Quite some fall to £84 Any ideas?
piedro
27/8/2015
08:59
I looked in when I saw Panmure Gordon's Peter Ashworth reiterated a 'BUY' recommendation for CAMELLIA. Is it the only aim share with a share price of nearly £100?.
hawks11
13/7/2015
20:50
Thanks for the link Piedro. "Malcolm Johnstone, managing director of food logistics specialist ACS&T, has been appointed president of the Food Storage & Distribution Federation (FSDF)." A useful credit point for Camellia.
coolen
10/7/2015
11:09
INVESTMENT AND TURNOVER INCREASE SIGNALS STRONG FUTURE AT ACS&T 10 July 2015 Here at ACS&T, our latest financial results show turnover is up, whilst investing in both people and plant led to reduced operating profits. Managing director Malcolm Johnstone said the results were in line with company expectations given the competitive environment in which our business operates. .... .... hxxp://www.acst.co.uk/our-news/investment-and-turnover-increase-signals-strong-future-at-acst#.VZ-YR2a5_6w.twitter
piedro
29/4/2015
08:29
... Level 2
piedro
27/4/2015
17:31
Charles Stanley Securities - 23/04/2015 - BUY -YEAR........EPS..........t/o.. 2014 .... 212.10p..... £238.87m -f15 ..... 14.20p .... £234.50m -f16 .... 435.70p .... £240.10m [source: Sharescope] ... anyone seen the note?
piedro
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