- Plant-based foods investment company Eat Well Investment Group Inc. recently released its Q2 financial report for its Belle Pulses subsidiary, showing record growth in key market segments
- Belle Pulses’ revenues grew 6.8 percent YOY to $15.17 million
- The company’s gross profit grew by 59.6 percent to $2 million
- Belle’s net earnings grew a whopping 295.8 percent YOY to $1.37 million
- Belle Pulses is 100 percent owned by Eat Well, along with plant-based snack food developer Sapientia
- Sapientia and Eat Well’s other subsidiary, baby food maker Amara, are poised to increase distribution outlets as their profiles grow
Eat Well Investment Group (CSE: EWG) (OTC: EWGFF), a plant-based foods investment company with an international supply chain, is reporting strategic successes that have boosted its Q2 revenues, gross profits and net earnings to record levels for subsidiary Belle Pulses Ltd.
Belle Pulses produces inexpensive, plant-based protein — using peas as a key ingredient in noodles, pastas, ice creams, non-dairy milk, plant-based meats, soups, sauces, crackers, nutrition bars and other baked goods for a number of countries in the developing world as well as in the…
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