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Post by: lytman02 on Feb 03, 2011, 08:46 PM
What’s Cooking? FOOD?!

What’s cooking in the Philippine Stock Exchange as of late? Well, Alliance Select Foods, Inc. or FOOD looks to be on a brink of another major upswing!... (
Title: Re: Alliance Select Foods, Inc. (FOOD)
Post by: trading_investor on Feb 05, 2011, 08:24 PM
sold my FOOD @ 1.80 and 1.83 when I saw JAP unloading some of his FOOD...
profit is profit. ;p
Title: Re: Alliance Select Foods, Inc. (FOOD)
Post by: lytman02 on Feb 22, 2011, 08:18 AM
I Smell (FOOD)!

Good morning everyone! Speaking of mornings, I am very hungry since I haven’t had my breakfast yet. And guess what?! I smell (FOOD) from outside my hotel room. Literally!... (
Title: Re: Alliance Select Foods, Inc. (FOOD)
Post by: vgal0579 on Jul 09, 2012, 09:52 AM
Alliance Select mulls listing on Indon bourse

MANILA, Philippines - Seafood exporter Alliance Select Foods International Inc. (FOOD) is mulling the possibility of listing on the Indonesian Stock Exchange where it expects its operations to grow further.

When asked whether the company was interested in dual listing of shares, FOOD president Jonathan Dee said: “That’s a possibility given our growing business in Indonesia.”

Dee said the group is planning to beef up the capacity of its factory in Indonesia from the current 50 tons of tuna per day to 60 tons.

Together with the Indonesian plant, FOOD produces over 200 metric tons of processed seafood daily, supplying hundreds of successful brand name companies across 60 countries around the world.

PT Van de Zee, company owned by FOOD subsidiary PT International Alliance Food Indonesia, recently obtained the license for capture fishing in Indonesia’s exclusive economic zone. It received an initial allocation of 5,000 metric tons of tuna for this year.

The allocation may be increased to 30,000 MT by 2016 upon fulfillment of a five-year vessel acquisition program.

Aside from Indonesia, FOOD, one of the leading top notch seafood processing companies in Southeast Asia, has three factories in General Santos City with a production capacity of 70 tons of tuna a day. It has one plant each in the US and Thailand as well.

To further spur growth, the company continues to be on the lookout for acquisitions to further diversify its product offerings.

Dee, however, pointed out that the company would focus more on high value seafood. He sees the contribution of tuna operations to total revenues declining in the coming years as the company widens its product line.

Dee noted that 60 to 70 percent of FOOD’s revenues come from abroad. The group’s biggest markets include UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, and the US.

“We’re in discussions with other brand owners to diversify our product offerings,” Dee said.- Z Dela Pena
Post by: pmtmember on Mar 06, 2013, 05:06 PM
FOOD up by 6.35% from previous price. Based on our chart it breaks out from the wedge but at the same time entering a thick wall resistance. BUlls were able to bring the price as high as 2.02 but do they still have the strength to continue tomorrow? Our immediate support at this time is the upper slope of the wedge. If bulls will be able to break from the resistance, we might be seeing 2.24?


Whats inside the FOOD ChART (
Post by: chartism on Nov 03, 2014, 10:16 PM
FOOD Bullish Hammerfall (