Taipei Exchange exchange. Sector: Consumer Defensive. Industry: Packaged Foods. Location Taiwan, New Taipei City.

Tehmag Foods Corporation [1264.TWOTaiwan

258USD1.5 (+0.58%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

271,723,090 USD
MARKET CAP
15.748
PE
0.259
BETA (5y)
15.970
EPS

profit

53%

for 5 years

profit

41%

for 3 years

profit

30%

for 2 years

profit

15%

for 1 year

profit

-11%

for this year

About Tehmag Foods Corporation

Tehmag Foods Corporation operates in the baking industry in Taiwan. The company offers bread products, including margarine flour sheets, flours, flour milling products, instant yeasts, bread improvers, luctor/custido/carlex sprays, bread mixes, flavor powders and series, bread fillings, bread decorations, and sugars; dairy products, such as fléchard sas, other creams, cheese, and dairy whipping creams; and pastry products comprising ingredients for cakes and mousses, waffle mixes, cocoa powders, jelly powders, nappage series/coatings, and ingredients for decor and gold powder. It also provides fruit products consisting of frozen purees, ambiet fruit purees, IQF fruits, frozen coulis, fruit filling series, decorative fruits, fruits preserves, and flavor series. In addition, the company offers liqueur and coffee beans, syrups, juices, and tea; chocolate products; cupcakes; tart shells, cones, savory lines, macarons, and croissants, as well as frozen food; packaging products; and molds, openers, and blades, as well as festival and western bakery products. The company was founded in 1989 and is based in New Taipei City, Taiwan.

Tehmag Foods Corporation
https://www.tehmag.com.tw
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