Retail Food 2017-05-09T09:42:10+00:00

Juan Chusán Andrade
President
[Part of Nutresa since 2013 / Age: 52]

Click on the image to enlarge the map.

Mapa alimentos al Consumidor
Presence of our main brands
Brands with sales over USD 50 Million

Relevant aspects from 2016

  • We launched the “Cultura hamburguesera” (“Hamburger culture”) and renovated the Hamburguesas El Corral restaurants.
  • We opened new Papa John’s shops in Colombia and implemented the on-line ordering platform.
  • It is worth highlighting the implementation of a new information system in El Corral’s points of sale and the design of the Integrated Management System, which allowed to achieve operational improvements.

 

Outlook for 2017

  • Continuing to work on the implementation of the information system in the points of sale of the other Business’ brands.
  • Developing new functionalities for the on-line ordering system of Papa John’s.
  • Strengthening the “Cultura hamburguesera” (“Hamburger culture”) and continuing to work on renovating the Hamburguesas El Corral restaurants.
  • Expanding the brands to new Colombian markets and taking them to intermediate cities.

Sales

Total Sales

COP billion

Growth percentage
The Retail Food Business represents 
7,6%

of Grupo Nutresa’s total sales.

Sales in Colombia

COP billion

The sales in Colombia represent 
67,9%

of the total business unit sales.

Sales abroad

USD million

The sales abroad represent 
32,1%

of the total business unit sales.

Ebitda

COP billion

It represents 
9,2%

of Grupo Nutresa’s ebitda.

Juan Chusán Andrade
President
[Part of Nutresa since 2013 / Age: 52]
61,4%
(includes direct labor, IMCs and other raw materials)
18,3%
Meat (includes beef, pork and chicken)
8,1%
Packaging material
7,5%
Milk
4,7%
Oils and fats
1#
In hamburguers and steakhouse categories in Colombia
In ice cream shops in Costa Rica and Dominican Republic
7.005
(includes direct and indirect employees and apprentices)
76,8%
Local
23,2%
Abroad
58,6%
41,4%
(includes direct employees and apprentices)