Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hilton Food Group Plc LSE:HFG London Ordinary Share GB00B1V9NW54 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.00 0.3% 993.00 10,065 14:56:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
993.00 994.00 999.00 983.00 990.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 3,301.97 47.40 45.00 22.1 879
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:56:33 AT 50 993.00 GBX

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Hilton Food Daily Update: Hilton Food Group Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HFG. The last closing price for Hilton Food was 990p.
Hilton Food Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 983p and a 12 week average price of 983p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,256p while the 1 year low share price is currently 983p.
There are currently 88,531,363 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 79,434 shares. The market capitalisation of Hilton Food Group Plc is £879,116,434.59.
km18: ...from last year... Company overview: A business established in 1994 and founded in the 1960s operating in many countries across the world and headquartered in Cambridgeshire. Their main service is packaging for the major international food retailers. It’s a B2B (Business to business) company that works closely with the leading food retailer to match the needs of their customers and be their first preference. The EPS growth rates have been quite consistent, averaging at 11.83% over the last 5 years. HFG has performed exceptionally well matching the needs of their client and have seen their biggest growth from the year 2020 – 2021(Revenue rising from 1,815 to 2,774). ROCE of 12 from last 3 years??? Latest communication from the company is in the form of the interim results. We can see that the revenue is growing by 35%, year on year, reaching 1.71 bn from 1.26 bn. However, the operating profits are down from last year due to an exceptional item, named an extensive fire in groups facility in Belgium. As a result, the bottom-line figure is below 2020. The company has seen healthy growth rates in all regions, with Europe keeping the operating margin but increasing the revenues slightly and Australasia outperforming significantly 2020 generating £634.6m in revenue – 2.78 times increase. Outlook is positive and management expects “full year results to be in line with expectations”. Hilton foods is also looking to explore further opportunities in the markets they serve.... ....from WealthOracleAM
tole: Peel Hunt: Hilton is on the front footHilton Food Group (HFG) shares are 'good value' for a business with cutting-edge technology and growth opportunities, according to Peel Hunt.Analyst Charles Hall retained his 'buy' recommendation and target price of £13.80 on the stock, which fell 1.4%, or 16p, to £11.10 on Thursday.Trading last year was as expected, with tech investment, strong growth in Australia, and the recent acquisitions of a handful of companies.Hall noted the acquisition of Agito, which is an automation and software controls business, adding to the existing tech capability in 'foods connected'.'The shares are trading on 18x December 2022 price/earnings...which is good value for a high-quality business with a growth tech edge and numerous growth opportunities,' he said.Hall noted Hilton's 'focus on supplier resilience as a lasting impact of Covid-19'.'We see this as a clear opportunity for Hilton to demonstrate the benefits of its close customer relationships and open-book contracts, where the customer is able to have clear insight into its supply chain,' he said.'This should provide the blueprint for additional business wins.'
tole: Hilton making 'healthy' choices, says Shore CapitalHilton Food Group (HFG) has acquired the remaining 50% of its joint venture partner, Dalco Food, which broker Shore Capital says is a 'healthy positive'.Analyst Darren Shirley reiterated his 'buy' recommendation on the stock after the acquisition of Dalco, which is a leading vegan and vegetarian product manufacturer based in the Netherlands. Hilton's shares were down 0.5%, or 6p, at £11.58 on Tuesday.'[This] is a healthy positive for Hilton, further strengthening its position in what is a strongly growing protein category and demonstrating in our view the medium to long-term strategic thinking that has underpinned the group's excellent track record of sustained growth,' he said.Shirley left his forecasts unchanged but will look to update expectations after next week's results.'The stock is trading on a 2021 price/earnings ratio of 19.6x... We reiterate "buy",' he said.
pugugly: Personal marker at 1050p re RW - To watch list Very quiet thread - usually indicitive of a good value share - Query however the move to veg based meats?
philw2009: I've owned HFG since 2010 but in July 2020 I saw a headline, "Coronavirus: Why have there been so many outbreaks in meat processing plants?" and panicked and sold out for £12.26. However, all was fine. So I'm happy to have bought back in at £10.19 on Monday! Hopefully it returns to previous levels pretty quick, I don't see any reason why it won't (famous last words..)
2toptrader: "(Sharecast News) - Shares of food packing company Hilton Food tumbled on Friday after an undisclosed institutional shareholder placed a 9.9% stake. According to traders, 8.1m shares in the company were placed at between 1,050p and 1,100p - compared to Thursday's closing price of 1,164p - with JPMorgan the bookrunner. A trader said it's likely the seller is Fidelity Management & Research." Clumsy sale. at first I thought it was a downgrade but couldn't find anything and it didn't make sense given the strong trading. Bought in at £10.45 on Friday , I'm hoping it will recover quicker than 3-6 months ! Don't know if I can be that patient.
salpara111: I bought in here for the second time at 1090 recently and was pleased with the market update on Thursday and then somewhat alarmed by the drop on Friday! As the company has said nothing I can only assume that a very large block of shares has been put on sale. It is disappointing that it has not been managed in a smoother manner, for a stake of this size they would normally market it via a bookbuild behind the scenes and then announce it as a done deal. We are now down 14% and well below the suggested offer price, having said that, it is a very illiquid stock so anyone wishing to acquire a significant portion of the business would expect to pay a premium. I have set another limit order for 975 as I really like the business and expect the share price to recover over the next 3-6 months.
uncle_sam: Hmm. Yesterday's trading update claimed that 2020 performance beat expectations, and that 2021 trading outlook "remains positive". So after +6% yesterday, its down -12% today. Scuttlebutt is that Fidelity has placed their 9.9% holding at between 1050 and 1100. Accounts and ratios look fine; business niche and clients seem solid. No share chat here or elsewhere. Taking a punt.
philw2009: And we hit 1000! Nice work HFG.
typo56: HFG gets promoted to the FTSE 250 on Friday. Could be some volume at close tomorrow (28 June).
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