Nestle India Q2 Review - Volume-Led Growth Continues; Valuation Caps Upside: Systematix
A shop assistant arranges packets of Maggi 2-Minute Noodles and Xtra-delicious Magical Masala, both manufactured by Nestle India Ltd., at a general store in Mumbai, India (Photographer Vivek Prakash/Bloomberg)

Nestle India Q2 Review - Volume-Led Growth Continues; Valuation Caps Upside: Systematix

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Systematix Research Report

Nestle India Ltd.’s Q2 CY21 results were in-line with our estimates driven by higher volumes, although on a low base of Q2 CY20.

On a two-year compound annual growth rate basis, domestic revenue growth was robust at 8%.

Nestle's key brands like Maggi Noodles (prepared dishes) and Kitkat and Munch (chocolates) continued to deliver double-digit revenue growth.

The management has effectively captured the e-commerce growth opportunity and the channel now contributes to 6.4% of domestic sales.

Gross margin expanded 67 basis points YoY despite input cost pressure while Ebitda margin contracted 11 bps YoY due to higher fuel prices.

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