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Dabur Q1 revenue surges 31.6 pc to Rs 1216.24 cr

28-July-2011
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Dabur Q1 revenue surges 31.6 pc to Rs 1216.24 cr

Riding strong on the demand of its key categories, calibrated price hikes and stringent cost-saving initiatives, Dabur India Ltd mitigated the impact of rising input costs to end Q1 FY12 with a 31.6 per cent rise in consolidated sales.

Consolidated net profit was up 19.6 per cent at Rs 127.74 crore, while EBITDA growth for the first quarter stood at 27.8 per cent.

While the hair oils category reported 16.1 per cent growth during the first quarter, Dabur’s toothpaste brands continued their impressive run to end the period with a 14.1 per cent growth. Dabur’s home care business reported another quarter of strong growth with a 24.9 per cent jump, while the foods business posted a robust 31.5 per cent growth during the quarter.

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