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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Treatt Plc LSE:TET London Ordinary Share GB00BKS7YK08 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  45.00 4.02% 1,165.00 1,140.00 1,155.00 1,165.00 1,075.00 1,085.00 97,280 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 109.0 13.7 16.3 71.4 694

Treatt Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/4/2021
00:36
Edison Investment Research Treatt - Another strong update Treatt has again delivered a strong performance across all its categories, with revenue expected to grow 16% at constant currency for H1. As flagged in the January trading update, the business is performing extremely well: its categories are meeting consumer demands for more natural, clean-label products and Treatt has won significant new business across a range of applications. Gross margin has expanded due to higher growth in the higher-margin categories of tea, health & wellness, and fruit & vegetables, and Treatt’s transition to more sophisticated citrus products. Citrus revenue returned to modest growth after a decline in FY20. The new UK facility is opening in April 2021 with commissioning of the machinery later in the calendar year, as planned. We leave our estimates unchanged at this stage, but believe the risk is firmly to the upside, given the positive momentum in the business. DAVY VIEW Treatt’s pre-close statement confirms a strong start to FY21, with H1 revenues expected to grow by 14% year-on-year (yoy). Growth is led by the group’s fast-growing and higher margin categories of tea, health & wellness and fruit & vegetables. Margin delivery across the group was strong. Overall trading is in line with Board expectations with significant momentum in the business. As such, we expect to lift our FY21 PBT forecast towards consensus.
philanderer
12/4/2021
16:36
chick peas and lentils need flavours for sure or they taste like cardboard.
edwardt
12/4/2021
15:46
beyond meat a client?
edwardt
12/4/2021
09:02
vprt - likewise, it was the "flavours for meat alternatives" that caught my eye. A really interesting thought and I have to say one I hadn't considered. I'd be intrigued to know more about this and whether they see this as a next area of growth. All very upbeat, (as expected really!)
jockthescot75
12/4/2021
08:41
Half year TU today - my simple summary: "Everything is still going REALLY well". I liked the last paragraph, showing the winning combination of strategy, culture and execution, as illustrated by the numerous positive developments in the statement. Hospitality reopening is explicitly mentioned as promising, flavours for meat alternative protein sounds like a very interesting market (not sure this has been mentioned before?), and the fit-out of the new plant is proceeding well with some people moving in later this month. Credible and conservative managers sounding very upbeat is encouraging.
vprt
22/3/2021
13:41
Good to hear
robow
22/3/2021
11:53
Anyone got their divi yet? Supposed to be 4.16p paid last Thursday. II still not paid out. Edit: II just paid now.
cfro
19/3/2021
20:18
Market can smell the coffee here. Is it excitement about their ready to drink product per chance?
edwardt
18/3/2021
14:53
Quite happy to see a contrary view if presented sensibly and mahammer is entitled to his opinion. Treatt have take a lot on with the new factory, but have already shown that they can manage such a project with similar but smaller expansion in the USA.The demand for their products, coupled with growth prospects once the new facility is up and running, encourage me to stick with it whatever the next year or two may bring - mahammer might be right in the short term (although I hope not) but I have held since 2003 and long term I believe TET will continue to be an excellent performer. Always dyor.
partridge1948
18/3/2021
14:40
It is best if everyone FILTERS him......... Since he started the shares have gone up from around 920 to 1012p.
anley
18/3/2021
14:24
Ah the fear ( of dissent) is strong in this board.
mahammer
18/3/2021
10:45
Your opinion is worthless to an investor. Bye bye
srichardson8
17/3/2021
10:38
Oh dear sweetie , I didn't know you owned this board and that it was only for people who agree with you. If you don't want to read other views then don't go on a discussion board. Your rant only convinces me that you are anxious about the share price as no doubt are others. This also does not bode well for the stability of the share price In the end the results will give the verdict on the share price In my opinion the good news is already in the share price My opinions are no more or less unsubstantiated than anyone else's. TTFN
mahammer
16/3/2021
19:57
I am sure many investors will have read the FT article last weekend? It induced me to add again to my holding. I love it when idiots pontificate on a subject about which they know nothing. I try at least to read everything I can that is written by people who understand subjects better than me. Arrogance is the short route to poverty.
srichardson8
16/3/2021
10:31
Sometimes TRUFFLE it is useful to have someone who tries to deramp etc. In this case the person in question is not a shareholder and they never back-up their base case and in the background they is a buyer such as Blackrock or people like me who are trying to add to their holding over the long term. Hard Seltzers are going down a bomb in the USA - not sure about the UK BUT this is just another tool in the Treatt toolbox............... May 11 we will have their results and an update as to the new faxtory and expanging sales................
anley
16/3/2021
10:20
Best to take your deramping, unsubstantiated statements elsewhere as they are not welcome here.
truffle
16/3/2021
09:39
The hype about " hard seltzers" is overdone. Weve already had them in the UK ..remember alcopops? And what happened to them ? Targeted at the young ...then the inevitable backlash ..regulation imposed by the government. No doubt that history will repeat itself and the market growth will be short lived.
mahammer
16/3/2021
06:50
Not so fast. Hard seltzers are 'growing like a weed' in the US. What goes there comes here.
edwardt
10/3/2021
09:57
Big drop this morning ..the start of a major sell off and rerating of this overpriced stock.
mahammer
04/3/2021
21:53
What sort of divi do they pay please.
luderitz
25/2/2021
17:43
Tipped in IC this week
ayl30
25/2/2021
13:05
Time to exit imho. How many times have I seen companies making huge investmebts in new plant and buildings having serious problems with production which takes years to sort out.The positive news is all in the share price already, so any even slight hiccup will cause the share price to fall off a cliff. DYOR.
mahammer
23/2/2021
16:56
Blackrock still adding to holding by taking loose stock off the market.
anley
16/2/2021
11:28
read the heineken results and you realise beer companies are seriously worried about had seltzers. they are scrambling to get their own products to market. got to be great news for treatt..
edwardt
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