Amadori posts revenues of €1.36 billion in 2021

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The group has confirmed the expansion of its protein-based product range and its commitment to sustainability and the circular economy through a 100% Italian, integrated and sustainable supply chain model.

Francesco Berti

Amadori, the Romagna-based agri-food giant, closed 2021 with a turnover of €1.362 million (up 10.5% compared to the previous year) and has announced the expansion of its protein-based product range and investments of more than €90 million.

This positive trend has been driven by sales growth in the modern retail channel (+4.7%) and a recovery in the traditional channel (+0.6%), which however has not yet returned to pre-pandemic levels,” comments Amadori’s CEO Francesco Berti. “The out-of-home segment has seen sharp growth (+16.9%), although it has not made up for the losses incurred during the 2020 lockdowns.”

In 2021, the group launched a number of major new products. It successfully entered the breakfast and snack segment with its new fresh pancake mixes and strengthened its leadership in the breaded snacks segment with the launch of the new product Birbe Pops.

Amadori’s future growth goals are not limited to poultry protein but also extend to pork and plant-based proteins, sectors where it has already prepared the ground with the acquisition of Lenti and the recent launch of the new Ama, Vivi e Gusta line.

The group aims to reach a turnover of €1.7 billion in the medium term by consolidating its 100% Italian, integrated and sustainable supply chain model.