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New trustees on the boards of Kavli Trust and Kavli Holding Bergen, 17.06.2019: Lise Hammergren is elected new trustee on the board of Kavli Trust, the foundation owning the entire Kavli Group. Rannveig Børresen Krane and Kenneth Hamnes are elected to the board of the parent company Kavli Holding AS.
2018 annual report from the Kavli group: Increased turnover secures NOK 100 million for good causes Bergen, 13 May 2019 – The Kavli group’s organic turnover growth reached a solid 6.7 percent last year. As a result, for the second year running, the group can donate 100 million Norwegian kroner (GBP 8.8 million) to its sole owner – the charitable Kavli Trust.
Acquires Finnish vegetarian success Kavli invests in non-meat growth category. The Norwegian-owned Kavli food group has strengthened its focus on plant-based foods by acquiring the Finnish company Verso Food. Verso has very quickly become a market leader in Finland with its Härkis brand, selling products based on fava beans.
Kristine Aasheim appointed MD for Kavli Norway Kristine Aasheim will leave her role as Marketing Director to become Managing Director for Kavli Norway, and will continue her focus on developing strong brands such as Kavli®, Q-Meieriene® and Skyr®. She will also be a member of the Kavli Group Executive Committee.
Solid Kavli growth brings record donation for good causes The Norwegian-owned food group Kavli last year delivered strong organic growth and will increase their annual donation to the Kavli Trust with to 100 million Norwegian kroner (GBP 9.3 million).
Kavli acquires Bollnäsfil Kavli has reached an agreement with Gefleortens mejeriförening to acquire the premium dairy brand Bollnäsfil as part of Gefleortens restructuring process. Kavli owns today the market leading dairy brands Tigers, Bärry and Skyr®, and will now further increase its position as a strong dairy producer in Sweden.
Solid bottom line growth after efficiency improvements Bergen 26 May 2017 – The Norwegian owned foodstuffs group Kavli shows a solid improvement in its 2016 results, and as a result it can transfer 84 million kroner to its sole owner, the charitable foundation the Kavli Trust.