Bubs Reports Strong Drop in China Sales

  • Jan 31, 2020 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine

Bubs Australia Limited (ASX: BUB), a goat milk-based baby formula merchant, reported a decline of 32% in overall sales in China. This represents 15% of the gross sales for the quarter. However, in Australia sales were up by 31%.

Other key highlights:

  • Quarterly revenue highest on record at $14.54 million;
  • For the quarter the company reported an operating cash loss of $12.4 million on sales of $13.3 million;
  • Bubs® infant formula up 77% pcp; representing 59% of gross sales for the quarter.

At AEDT 01:06PM, the stock was trading at $0.835 per share, down by 10.215% from its previous close.


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