AllDay Supermarket records Php 4.6 billion in revenue for 1H 2022; declares dividends
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AllDay Supermarket records Php 4.6 billion in revenue for 1H 2022; declares dividends

AllDay Supermarket, the Philippines’ fastest growing supermarket operator, reported revenues of Php 4.59 billion for the first half of 2022, sustaining its performance from an extraordinary pandemic. 1H 2022 revenue performance is 2.2% up versus 1H 2021.

“As the country is moving full speed into the post-pandemic scenario, we are pleased with AllDay’s steady business results for the first half of 2022, especially at the heels of a banner 2021,” says AllDay Chairman Manuel B. Villar Jr.

“With the current landscape of retail, we are observing trends, such as the vibrant return of customers to in-person retail or revenge retail, already giving rise to many opportunities. AllDay, a supermarket concept that is founded on experiences and a valuable part of our retail ecosystem, is by nature poised to capitalize on a market that is getting a lot more comfortable with spending time shopping in-store again,” 
– Chairman Manuel B. Villar Jr.

AllDay also reported an increase in its EBITDA, up 13.2%, with 1H 2022 posted at Php 428 million, against 1H 2021’s Php 378 million

Refreshing the experience: AllDay relaunches Paluto

After its hiatus through the height of the pandemic lockdowns, AllDay’s unique Paluto concept—a food hub that leverages the fresh section of the supermarket chain—is set to relaunch, in anticipation of the customers’ pent-up demand for dining in malls and restaurants. AllDay’s fresh section saw a decline that coincided with the country’s movement restrictions being relaxed—spurring a return to in-person dining.

“The AllDay experience is unique not just for the elevated experiences, aesthetics and innovative solutions we provide to customers, but also for our Paluto concept, which we take great pride in,” says Camille Villar, AllDay Vice Chairman.

“We are in the last stages of the pandemic that initially led to Paluto’s temporary closure. The relaxing of pandemic restrictions, especially in 2Q 2022, has led to more people dining out instead of eating at home. This makes us especially excited to bring Paluto back, even better than before. This again completes the AllDay experience, which has always been accompanied by the Paluto trademark of fresh, fast and delicious meals, prepared right here in our supermarkets,” she added.

AllDay declares Php 72.4 million in cash dividends

Frances Rosalie T. Coloma, AllDay Supermarket’s President and CEO, views AllDay’s 1H 2022 performance as encouraging, going into the last two quarters of the fiscal year. AllDay has announced that Php 72.4 million in cash dividends will be distributed to stockholders

“In light of the challenges and opportunities from the start of 2022 to date, AllDay’s 1H 2022 performance reflects the level of consistency and potential that can be expected from our uniquely differentiated supermarket concept,” she says.

“It is pleasing to see that after an extraordinary 2021, we were able to turn in a steady performance for the first half of this year. In terms of operations, we continue to be on alert for all opportunities that will bring value to our stakeholders,” she adds.

AllDay across the country

AllDay continues to expand its store network, which now stands at 35 stores: Bataan, Pampanga, Libis, Shaw, Taguig, Las Piñas, Molino, Kawit, Sta. Rosa, Alabang, C5 Extension, Doña Manuela-Las Piñas, Iloilo, Naga, General Trias, Tanza, Evia Lifestyle Center, Malolos, Dasmarinas, Nomo, Imus, Salawag, Silang, Starmall Annex-Las Piñas, Cabanatuan, Sta. Maria, Santiago, Isabela, Talisay, Cauayan, Bacolod, Sto Tomas-Batangas, Eastlake – Muntinlupa and the Worldwide Corporate Center in Mandaluyong.

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