The above graph represents Coffee Day Enterprises annual revenue by product. In FY 2018, the company generated a record Rs 19,600.35 million in revenue from the sale of products.
|Source||Coffee Day Annual Reports|
|Last Updated||08 August 2019|
|Note||Fiscal Year – from April 1 to March 31|
Coffee Day Enterprises (CDEL) currently derives revenues from the sale of coffee beans, sale of food, beverages and other items, and the sale of merchandise items.
Interestingly, approximately 67% of the company’s total products revenue in FY 2018 came from the sale of food, beverages and other items. The CDEL generated Rs 13,106.15 million in revenue from the sale of food, beverages and other items. That’s a significant 10.3% YoY increase.
Coffee Day Enterprises also engaged in the purchase and the sale of coffee beans, through its subsidiaries. Approximately 30% of the company’s total products’ revenue in FY 2018 was generated from the sale of coffee beans. The coffee company recorded a whopping 27% YoY increase in its revenue from the sale of coffee beans, bringing in Rs 5,862.46 million in FY 2018.
Coffee Day Enterprises annual revenue from the sale of merchandise items stood at Rs 629.87 million in FY 2018, with a negligible 0.9% YoY growth.
However, the revenue from the sale of traded goods declined by a notable 20.4% YoY in FY 2018, to Rs 1.87 million.
About Coffee Day Enterprises Limited: Additional Information
Coffee Day Enterprises Limited (NSE:COFFEEDAY) was originally formed on February 1, 2008, as a partnership firm under the name Coffeeday Holding Co. Later on June 20, 2008, it converted from a partnership firm to a private limited company, named as Coffee Day Holdings Company Private Limited. The management, however, decided to change the name of the company once again to Coffee Day Resorts Private Limited on January 25, 2010. But that was not the end; On August 06, 2014 the company was renamed one more time as Coffee Day Enterprises Private Limited.
Later, on January 21, 2015, the name of the company was changed to Coffee Day Enterprises Limited. The company raised Rs 1,150 crore through initial public offerings (IPO) launched in October 2015. The IPO got over-subscribed 1.81 times at price band of Rs 316-328 a share.
Coffee Day Enterprises Limited operates the coffee business through its subsidiary – Coffee Day Global Limited (Incorporated in 1993) – and its subsidiaries.
The company is well known for its flagship brand name ‘Cafe Coffee Day’ (CCD). The first Café Coffee Day (CCD) outlet opened on July 11, 1996, at Brigade Road in Bengaluru, India. Today, CCD is the largest retail café chain in India, with 1,722 café outlets in 245 cities across the country.
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