Taste Holdings released its results for the year ending 29 February 2016.
Headline earnings per share fell to 1.5 cents per share from 16.1 cents per share in 2015.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Taste Holdings CEO Carl Gonzaga.
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We pay no more for coffee than our competitors.— Carl Gonzaga
We’re quite cautious about Mall of Africa.— Carl Gonzaga
We now have 79 Domino’s stores. We’ve slowed things down a bit.— Carl Gonzaga
We all absorb food inflation to some degree.— Carl Gonzaga
We’ve increased our menu pricing by only five to seven percent.— Carl Gonzaga
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