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FRUITAS Holdings, Inc. has allotted P240 million to P270 million for its capital expenditure budget in 2021 to fund its expansion and future acquisition plans.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE kiosks operator Fruitas Holdings, Inc. has opened its 30th community store under the Babot’s Farm and Soy & Bean brands at Suki Market in Mayon Street, Quezon City.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE kiosk operator Fruitas Holdings, Inc. is continuing to expand, with the company introducing its own milk line under the Babot’s Farm brand.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE kiosk operator Fruitas Holdings, Inc. has opened its first franchised store in Dubai under the House of Desserts brand.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE kiosks operator Fruitas Holdings, Inc. has bought a P140-million property in Manila City to be used as its new headquarters.
FRUITAS HOLDINGS, Inc.’s bottom line turned to a loss of P27.44 million in the second quarter as it saw an “unprecedented” sales decline during the period, the company said in a regulatory filing on Monday.
EARNINGS of Fruitas Holdings, Inc. grew 41% in the first quarter on the back of cost-saving measures despite a double-digit decline in revenues.
FRUITAS Holdings, Inc. is taking on the so-called “new normal” with increased focus in its delivery capabilities and multi-product stores.
FRUITAS Holdings, Inc. has teamed up with the operator of Eduardo’s Peri-Peri Chicken to launch a new chicken line.
Fruitas Holdings, Inc. has teamed up with a Mindanao-based dairy farm operator to be the exclusive carrier of its products.
LISTED Fruitas Holdings, Inc. continues to grow its business despite the Luzon lockdown with an expanded partnership with Pan de Manila for the distribution of its products.
FRUITAS Holdings, Inc. is acquiring a soybean product company and the store assets of a Filipino food stall firm as part of expanding its business, it told the stock exchange on Monday.
FRUITAS Holdings, Inc. is unfazed by the number of companies going public at the same time as its initial public offering (IPO), confident that Filipino consumers’ familiarity with its products will translate into IPO success.
FRUITAS Holdings, Inc. looks to raise up to P1.2 billion from a maiden share sale by December, joining the roster of companies seeking to go public in 2019.
FRUITAS Holdings, Inc. (FHI) is aiming to grow consolidated revenues by a quarter to P2 billion by the end of 2019, as it adds more stores and distribution channels.
Helping Hands Cafe and Fruitas on building deaf-inclusive workplaces
FOOD CART OPERATOR Fruitas Holdings, Inc. (FHI) looks to expand its footprint outside Metro Manila, given the economic growth in the provinces, and at the same time, introduce new brands.