Chocolates Valor increases its turnover by 10% and its profit by 2.2% at the end of the fiscal year

During the year the company has set a record in investment, with up to 7.8 million to increase production and innovation capacity.

The growth of Chocolates Valor is largely due to the increase in demand recorded.

Chocolates Valor recorded a turnover above 138 million of euros in its last fiscal year (July 2019-June 2020), which represents a growth of around 10%, while the profit registered an increase of 2.2%, to 12.2 million euros, in a context marked by the impact of the health crisis and the increase in the cost of raw materials.

The chocolate company has stressed that it has been a “particularly complicated” year, in which it has focused all its efforts on achieving meet the increase in demand generated as a result of the onset of the current health crisis, something that he has considered a “responsibility”, since he kept the factories active.

“The photography that we projected this year has finally been positive. We had to carry out a greater effort to meet the expectations of our consumers, who have trusted Valor in a particularly difficult time for all of us. Likewise, we appreciate the effort made to all our workers, especially during the complicated weeks of greater uncertainty ”, stated the Executive President, Pedro López.

Thanks to this effort, Valor manufactured almost 23 million kilos of product between its plants in La Vila Joiosa (Alicante) and Ateca (Zaragoza).

In addition, the company has highlighted its investment effort, which achieves its record and stands at 7.8 million euros, mainly aimed at increasing the productive and innovation capacity of the firm, which has spent several years with a “significant” budgetary effort aimed at meeting its growth plans.