Naturhouse will distribute a dividend of 6 million after earning 6.6 in the first half

Naturhouse has closed the first half of the year with a net profit of 6.6 million euros and a 33% Ebitda margin.

The firm specializing in dietary products and the re-education of eating habits has also presented an Ebitda of 10 million and a gross margin that remains at 71.4%, the same as in the first half of the previous year.

Its sales reached 30.3 million euros, of which 4.9% belong to the digital channel, which continues to grow 1.2% more than the first half of 2021.

According to the company, the readjustment of operating and general costs to strengthen its e-commerce channel and its expansion into new markets has allowed it to maintain its financial results and return to targets.

“The inflationary context in which we find ourselves, as well as the war in Ukraine, have caused a weakening of consumption in general. Despite this, we have been able to protect our margins and continue advancing in our development and growth strategy”, explains Félix Revuelta, president and founder of Naturhouse.

online bet

The company continues to bet on supplying part of the current market through online sales, a channel in which it has already invested more than half a million euros. “Online sales figures continue to grow year after year, which ratifies the decision we made in 2019 to digitize Naturhouse’s business model towards new consumption models,” remarks Revuelta.

The company already has its digital model up and running in Spain, Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States, France and Poland – the latter two being executed in the midst of the crisis – and this year incorporated Ireland, Singapore, in addition to two master franchises in Latvia and Kazakhstan. It is also studying options in the Dominican Republic and Croatia where it will operate both online and with face-to-face sales.

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“The indicators confirm that the digital business attracts Naturhouse to an audience that at the moment was not being exploited, younger people between 20 and 35 years old. We hope that the digital business will complement the current business, increasing the number of clients and therefore the billing of the group”, affects the manager.

In the first six months of the year, the company distributed a gross dividend of 12 million euros in 2021 to now approve the distribution proposal on October 3 of a gross dividend of 6 million euros, which represents a dividend 0.10 euros gross per share. “Our main objective is to continue creating value for our shareholders and remain at the forefront of the Spanish stock market in terms of dividend policy,” concludes Revuelta.

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