Strong earnings, revenue reports from plant-based food maker Belle Pulses, drives cheery valuation for Eat Well Investment Group Inc. (CSE: EWG) (OTC: EWGFF)

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  • Plant-based food investment firm Eat Well Investment Group Inc. recently released its second quarter financial report for its subsidiary Belle Pulses, showing record growth in key market segments
  • Belle Pulses revenue increased 6.8% year-over-year to $15.17 million
  • Company gross profit increased 59.6% to $2 million
  • Belle’s net income increased 295.8% year-on-year to $1.37 million
  • Belle Pulses is 100% owned by Eat Well and plant-based snack developer Sapientia
  • Sapientia and Eat Well’s other subsidiary, baby food maker Amara, are set to increase distribution points as their profiles grow

Eat Well Investment Group (CSE:EWG) (OTC:EWGFF), a plant-based foods investment company with an international supply chain, reports strategic successes that have boosted its revenue, gross profit and its second-quarter net profits at record highs for subsidiary Belle Pulses Ltd.

Belle Pulses produces inexpensive plant-based protein – using peas as a key ingredient in noodles, pasta, ice cream, non-dairy milk, plant-based meats, soups, sauces, crackers, nutrition bars and d ‘other bakery products for a number of countries in the developing world as well as in the…

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