Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The Real Good Food Company LSE:RGD London Ordinary Share GB0033572867 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -1.80% 27.25p 26.50p 28.00p 27.75p 27.25p 27.75p 52,992 09:20:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 113.7 12.9 18.4 1.5 20.19

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2017
14:06
Surprised to see Downing buying into RGD within its new Strategic Micro-Cap investment Trust: HTTPS://www.downing.co.uk/news-views/downing-strategic-micro-cap-investment-trust-makes-first-investments "On 29 June 2017, RGD announced that it had raised a total of £15.5 million of expansion capital. DSM’s allocation of this issue was £6.77m - comprising £1.86m of equity and £4.91m of debt. Despite recently announced problems, we remain confident in the business and the underlying investment case."
strollingmolby
17/8/2017
11:25
Overdraft RNS today... https://www.investegate.co.uk/real-good-food-plc--rgd-/rns/overdraft-facility/201708161221011722O/ Not sure how good this one is. f
fillipe
10/8/2017
09:05
up again.....
barnetpeter
08/8/2017
21:21
This takes the eye though. Bought recently.... Brighter Foods creates and manufactures snack bars for the healthy snacking market from its factories in Tywyn, Gwynedd in Mid Wales, where it is a major local employer with some 170 full-time staff. The award-winning company produces snacks which are targeted at areas such as diet control, gluten free, lactose free, low or no added sugar, sports nutrition, organic and fair trade. Brighter Foods manufactures both partner branded products and has its own healthier brands such as Wild Trail which is stocked in major retailers and health stores.
barnetpeter
08/8/2017
20:56
I think I'll hold off until new management get the bad news from the previous watch out of the way. Then might be the time to buy the dip, if you trust they'll survive. It's easy to underestimate the risk in these bagger or bust situations. Now what about Omnicane?
typo56
08/8/2017
19:28
Well...it raised 15.5 million in various finance and "In the first nine weeks of the new financial period, the Company has experienced strong growth in revenues across all three of its operating divisions". Lot of business here with turnover 100 million plus. Of course the history is dodgy and it sure is risky with possible need for more money....but I think they will get it. The sort of deal that might see a big profit at this sort of price or lose much of your cash. Punt. But a great business esp with Brexit in mind getting rid of some of the competition. If the new lot can sort things out .....
barnetpeter
08/8/2017
14:34
They placed at 35p recently and unless there is fraud involved the audit will be correct. Just as the audit was correct in previous years. Just it failed to tell you what was being siphoned off as 'consultancy services'. Keep an eye on the net debt. How long will the recent fundraising last?
typo56
08/8/2017
13:29
Well done major holders for getting rid of the dodgy meister and his keeper
jotoha2
08/8/2017
13:07
Left immediate tells the story. They placed at 35p recently and unless there is fraud involved the audit will be correct. A very big business in an area that is doing very well. Expect a takeover in time here
barnetpeter
08/8/2017
11:28
Did he fall on his sword or did everyone push him onto it. Shameless crook and charlatan. Good riddance. But now for the full unvarnished horror I presume.
kemche
08/8/2017
08:42
Possession is 9/10ths of the law..... f
fillipe
08/8/2017
08:23
Will Pieter Totté be allowed to keep all the dosh he's accumulated from RGD? Any FCA investigation?
typo56
08/8/2017
07:44
Nothing short of terrible this For immediate release: 1st August 2017 Company Update The Company announces that during the audit process of its full year accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017, two substantial anticipated claims regarding its sugar purchase arrangements have not yet materialised with the effect that it will not meet its previously forecasted profit figures. In addition, the Board has concluded that certain development costs, which had previously been capitalised in FY 2017, should more appropriately have been expensed. The Board expects the total of these adjustments and further accrued expenses will have the effect of reducing the anticipated EBITDA to approximately GBP2.0 million for FY 2017. This number is still subject to final audit. Following the recent injection of expansion capital announced on 29 June 2017, the Board has undertaken a full re-forecasting exercise for the year ending 31 March 2018. The investment projects funded by the expansion capital are now proceeding to plan and being well received by customers. As the injection of expansion capital was agreed about three months later than anticipated this has resulted in some delay in the implementation of these projects, particularly at Renshaw. This, combined with slightly softer trading conditions in Q1, has adversely affected the Board's expectations for the financial year ending 31 March 2018 with the result that EBITDA is now anticipated to be approximately GBP2.3 million lower than previously expected. However, the anticipated benefits of these projects remain robust and are expected to be fully realised in the financial year ending 31 March 2019. The Board further announces that it has realised that certain payments made to certain Directors for consultancy services have not been separately disclosed in the related party transaction notes to its previously published audited Annual Report & Accounts for FY 2014, FY 2015 and FY 2016. These are believed to amount to GBP250,000 to Pieter Totté and GBP25,000 to Peter Salter in FY 2014, GBP358,000 and GBP20,000 respectively in FY 2015 and GBP1.21 million to Pieter Totté in FY 2016. These costs were fully accounted for in the relevant accounting periods so have no impact on the reported profit before tax for these three years. The Company now expects to announce Final Results for the year ended 31 March 2017 at the end of August 2017. -Ends-
buywell3
08/8/2017
07:36
There might be a trading bounce there, or there might not, but I dread to think what skeletons will be found. New board is certain to kitchen sink. What's the cash position like?
typo56
08/8/2017
07:31
And catch a falling knife This is a very bad chart Not seen its bottom yet IMO
buywell3
08/8/2017
07:07
Totte resigned, might be time to buy.
bigbigdave
07/8/2017
11:34
Some buy interest here at RGD today - maybe coming off the bottom. f
fillipe
04/8/2017
17:32
Just come to have a look in view of recent fall and what on the surface could be an interesting proposition with an EV to sales ratio of 1 - 2.4 approx. HOWEVER ratio of market cap to debt some 1 - 1.75 (in other words debt is some 175% higher than market cap) - Ballparking recent loans suggests interest payments going forward could be significant. Can any who follow more closely able to comment in greater detail. Share graph suggests that if this can be turned round significant upside potential but some £1 per share in goodwill (source Refs_
pugugly
01/8/2017
17:21
Just looking back at some lengthy correspondence with Peter Salter in early 2013, which made me smile. PS commented: "Your comments are also disrespectful to the Board and distrustful of our ability to manage the group to the point where again it would seem surprising that you wish to continue holding your shares." The comments I made appear to have greatly underestimated the degree to which they have mismanaged the group. This is a shocking and disgraceful situation.
briangeeee
01/8/2017
16:40
My opinion FROM shareholders- shareholders really shouldn't tolerate this sort of situation. I would consider the positions of the CEO and FD untenable, after this catalogue of incorrect accounting.
barnetpeter
01/8/2017
16:25
Who would persue a case for fraud though? Seen it happen too often and I'm afraid directors just keep getting away with it. Yet this sort of behaviour tarnishes the reputation of AIM and Britain as a place to invest. So well run British businesses suffer because they find it more difficult to raise funds. And Britain suffers as a result. We can try AIM Regulation. We can try Action Fraud. More likley to get a result from Private Eye!
typo56
01/8/2017
16:12
Is there a case for criminal fraud here? If so it really must be pursued. Sorry for holders here, it was a company that didn't look so bad a little while ago.On another note I think that finncap really are showing themselves to be inept brokers. I'm beginning to doubt anything connected with them unfortunately
r1singson
01/8/2017
15:02
Omnicane possibly having thoughts too, although I do wonder quite how their interests are aligned.
typo56
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