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San Miguel Food and Beverage, Inc.
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BUSINESS PROFILE

San Miguel Food and Beverage, Inc. (FB), formerly San Miguel Pure Foods Company, Inc., was incorporated on October 13, 1956 to primarily engage in the business of manufacturing and marketing of processed meat products. FB, through its subsidiaries, later on diversified into poultry and livestock operations, feeds and flour milling, dairy and coffee operations, franchising and young animal ration manufacturing and distribution. 


FB offers food products and services to household, institutional and foodservice customers in the Philippines. Among the brands in its portfolio include "Magnolia" for chicken, ice cream and dairy products, "Monterey" for fresh and marinated meats, "Purefoods" for refrigerated processed meats and canned meats, "Star" and "Dari Crème" for margarine, "San Mig Coffee" for coffee, "B-Meg" for animal feeds and "La Pacita" for biscuit and flour-based snacks. 

In early 2018, FB amended its primary purpose and changed its corporate name to the present one to reflect its expansion into the alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage business. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved the changes on March 23, 2018.

On June 29, 2018, the SEC approved the increase in authorized capital stock of FB, by virtue of which FB issued new common shares to its intermediate parent San Miguel Corporation (SMC) in exchange for SMC's common shares in San Miguel Brewery Inc. (SMB) and Ginebra San Miguel Inc. (GSMI), completing the consolidation of the food and beverage businesses of SMC under FB.

As a result of the consolidation, FB now operates its business through the following major operating food subsidiaries: San Miguel Foods, Inc.; San Miguel Mills, Inc.; The Purefoods-Hormel Company, Inc.; Magnolia, Inc.; and San Miguel Super Coffeemix Co., Inc.; as well as the major operating beverage subsidiaries SMB and GSMI.

SMB and GSMI are primarily engaged in the manufacture and sale of beer and liquor products, respectively, which they market under several brands, including their respective flagship brands "San Miguel Pale Pilsen" and "Ginebra San Miguel".

Source: The Company (2018)


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San Miguel Pure Foods Company, Inc. (PF) was incorporated on October 13, 1956 to primarily engage in the business of manufacturing and marketing of processed meat products. The Company, through its subsidiaries, later on diversified into poultry and livestock operations, feeds and flour milling, dairy and coffee operations, franchise operations, and young animal ration manufacturing and distribution.

PF holds several food brands in its portfolio, among them, Magnolia, Pure Foods, Monterey, Star, Dari Creme, B-Meg, and JellYace. To date, the Company has a product line up that offers a variety of food products and services for both individual and food service customers. Its products range from cooking oils, feeds, flour and flour-based products, poultry, fresh and processed meats, breadfill, dairy, snacks, noodles and coffee.

PF operates its business through its subsidiaries such as San Miguel Foods, Inc., San Miguel Mills, Inc., The Purefoods-Hormel Company, Inc., Magnolia Inc., PT San Miguel Pure Foods Indonesia, San Miguel Super Coffeemix Co., Inc., Great Food Solutions, San Miguel Pure Foods International, Limited, San Miguel Pure Foods Investment (BVI) Limited, SMPFC Capital Investments, Limited, RealSnacks Mfg. Corp.


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Dividends declared


SAN MIGUEL Pure Foods Co., the food unit of diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corp., has moved to issue cash dividends for its common and preferred shares, a filing with the Philippine Stock Exchange showed. The firm’s board of directors endorsed the distribution of cash dividends worth P1.20 apiece for its common shares, and P20.00 apiece for its preferred shares, both payable on March 3 to common and preferred shareholders on record as of Feb. 21, the disclosure read. San Miguel Pure Foods was incorporated in 1956 to originally engage in the business of manufacturing and marketing processed meat products. It later diversified into poultry and livestock operations, feeds and flour milling, dairy and coffee operations, franchise operations, and young animal ration manufacturing and distribution. The company hiked its net income for the nine-month period last year by 5.17% to P3.05 billion from P2.90 billion in year-ago levels, boosted by robust revenues from its value-added meats, flour, and coffee businesses. Consolidated revenues grew by 14% to P64.29 billion from P56.57 billion, year-on-year.

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Posted on March 07, 2012 10:05:58 PM

San Miguel Pure Foods nets slower profit increase in 2011

SAN MIGUEL Pure Foods Co., the food unit of diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corp., yesterday reported slower single-digit profit growth for 2011 as higher sales volume and selling prices were dragged down by an input cost surge.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...1&id=47977
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Posted on March 19, 2012 09:37:43 PM

Pure Foods to invest P2.5 billion into new grains terminal

SAN MIGUEL Pure Foods Co., Inc. plans to invest P2.5 billion in a new grains storage facility in Batangas as part of efforts to lower operation costs and boost profits, a disclosure to the local bourse yesterday showed.

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?...l&id=48631
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Kawawa naman mga holders nito.

Pinrivate placement, biglang bulusok, 50% loss kaagad at me darating na loss pa bukas.
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(11-21-2012, 10:02 AM)yahbets Wrote: Kawawa naman mga holders nito.

Pinrivate placement, biglang bulusok, 50% loss kaagad at me darating na loss pa bukas.

bkt sir mgkkaloss pa bukas? 240 ba ung price nito bukas?
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most likely. kasi yun ang price sa private placement e. sa ngayon walang bid side, so parang inaanticipate na na bababa pa bukas.
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Sir, san makakabili ng discounted price dito?

Ang mahal na kasi ng stock na to.
Daig pa ang ibang stucks.
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private placement is not available sa pinas.

please read this disclosure: http://www.pse.com.ph/resource/disclosur...386_PF.pdf
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sana may analysis dito, given malaki ang discount.
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