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Dagrofa’s Foodservice Division Experiences A Rise In Profits

Dagrofa Foodservice, part of the Dagrofa chain of grocery stores, posted a 2023 profit of $40.6 million (€5.44 million).

In 2023, the group focused on improving production and distribution, finding new customers and reducing food waste. In 2024, they want to make the customer experience even better.

Dagrofa has always wanted Dagrofa Foodservice to be funded as part of its #FremgangSammen initiative. Their profit this year is DrKK 1.7 million more than last year, an increase of about 4%.

Dagrofa food service driver Niels Miles Frandsen said, “I am pleased that we are performing well financially for the second consecutive year. We have worked hard to improve our efficiency, and we always strive to deliver. The resources we.” send him away quickly.” It was more accurate.”

The new covenant

During the year, Dagrofa Foodservice signed some major contracts, such as one worth hundreds of thousands of DKK with Compass Group, and expanded their partnership with Scandic Hotels They also started with new clients such as Konventum Hotel – . Conference Centre, Søly, Kitchen Canteen, . Helenekilde Badehotel.

In 2024, Dagrofa Foodservice wants to improve how customers experience its stores and websites. New features such as ‘Fremtidens Cash & Carry’ and better online shopping are being introduced.

Frandsen added, “We’re not just grocers. We also offer advice and work closely with customers.”

To reduce food waste

Dagrofa Foodservice also wants to reduce food waste by 50% between 2020 and 2030. It is working with groups such as Stop Spild Lokalt and JunkFood to achieve this.

The final report for the 2023 financial year will be ready on April 8. Dagrofa Foodservice has 30 cash & carry stores throughout Denmark and sells food to many hotels, restaurants and cafes.

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