JDE Peet’s reports full-year results 2023

Strong H2 23, marking the return to the long-term profitability algorithm


Amsterdam, 21 February 2024 Key items1

  • Organic sales up +3.9% (H2 23: +4.3%), with positive volume/mix momentum in H2
  • Organic adj. EBIT up +1.1% (H2 23: +5.5%); up more than 6% FY when excluding Russia's performance
  • Organic adj. gross profit increased +2.9% (H2 23: +4.7%), from premiumisation and efficiencies
  • Free cash flow of EUR 522 million and leverage of 2.7x, despite currency headwinds
  • Underlying EPS of EUR 1.51, with strong operating result offset by fair value changes of derivatives & FX
  • GHG emissions reduced by 9% in 2023, cumulating to -21% in Scope 1 & 2 and -9% in Scope 3 vs 2020
  • Proposal to pay a cash dividend of EUR 0.70 per share in two equal instalments 

A message from Fabien Simon, CEO of JDE Peet’s

“We concluded 2023 with a very strong second semester, marked by an acceleration of JDE Peet’s organic top line and adjusted EBIT growth. We are back to our long-term profitability algorithm, excluding Russia's performance. While the Coffee industry had been confronted with compounding disruptions over the last 3 years, our 2023 performance is the result of the agility and disciplined execution of the transformation we went through since 2021, to become a more global, more digital, and more sustainable company.

We are rediscovering the power of our brands. While we stepped-up investments, execution and innovation, we have brought back relevance for our consumers and customers. As a result, we have gained market shares globally in 2023 across the premium coffee categories of Single-Serve, Instant and Beans.

In 2023, JDE Peet’s was recognised as an innovation leader (GlobalData), as well as an industry mover in sustainability (S&P Global). We brought industry-first innovation with home-recyclable paper packs for instant coffee, and are leading progress on deforestation by leveraging AI and inclusive ecosystems at origin countries.

We are holding ground in Europe, growing double-digit in China, and are accelerating our globalisation organically, and more recently inorganically in the largest global coffee markets in value (US) and in cups (Brazil).

Strengthening our fundamentals, our brands and our innovation capabilities is elevating our premium growth trajectory and brings confidence in our ability to create sustaining long-term shareholder returns and societal value.” 


We continued to achieve meaningful results for each of the three pillars of our Common Grounds programme, that embodies our ambition to positively impact people, our planet, and the future of coffee & tea, and is driven by our purpose "To unleash the possibilities of coffee & tea for a better future".

During the year, we made strong progress on our goal towards 100% responsibly sourced green coffee by 2025, reaching 83.8% (2022: 77%). By year end, we had a portfolio of 63 active projects, through which we have reached more than 108,000 additional smallholder farmers, bringing the total number of smallholder farmers we have reached since 2015, to 700,900. 100% of the palm oil we used in 2023 was responsibly sourced, and we are on track to reach our goal towards 100% responsibly sourced tea in 2025.

We also continued to make strong progress in reducing our footprint with a reduction of -21% in Scope 1 & 2 emissions and -9% in Scope 3 emissions versus base year 2020. We also substantially increased our sustainability ambitions by defining a comprehensive strategic plan to deliver on our long-term targets, including new and stronger SBTi goals to net-zero, and we have built an integrated carbon accounting platform to track and accelerate the delivery of our Sustainability objectives.

In 2023, our pay-equity gap remained below 1%, which is well under the future's EU directive's threshold of 5%, and 41% of all leadership positions within JDE Peet's were held by women.

Outlook 2024

JDE Peet's expects the following for 2024:

  • Organic sales growth at the lower end of the medium-term range of 3 to 5%
  • Mid-single-digit organic adjusted EBIT growth, excluding Russia's performance; Total company: low single-digit growth in H1 and mid-single-digit growth in H2
  • Net leverage of around 3x (including Maratá and Caribou transactions) supported by Free Cash Flow above the level of FY 23
  • A stable dividend


JDE Peet's' Board proposes to pay a dividend of EUR 0.70 per share in cash related to FY 23. The dividend will be paid in two instalments of EUR 0.35 each. The first payment date will be on Friday, 12 July 2024, with the ex-dividend date on Monday, 8 July 2024 and the record date on Tuesday, 9 July 2024. The second payment date will be on Friday, 24 January 2025, with the ex-dividend date on Monday, 20 January 2025 and the record date on Tuesday, 21 January 2025. The dividend proposal is subject to approval by the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders to be held on Thursday, 30 May 2024.


in EUR m (unless otherwise stated)

  FY 2023 FY 2022 Organic change Reported change
Sales 8,191 8,151 3.9 % 0.5 %
Adjusted EBIT 1,128 1,227 1.1 % -8.1 %
Underlying profit for the period 734 936                        —   -21.6%
Underlying EPS (EUR) 1, 2 1.51 1.91                        —   -20.9%
Reported basic EPS (EUR) 0.76 1.57                        —   -51.6%
1 Underlying earnings (per share) exclude all adjusting items (net of tax)    
2 Based on 485,747,602 shares (excluding treasury shares) outstanding at 31 December 2023 (2022: 485,235,677)  

Total reported sales increased by 0.5% to EUR 8,191 million. Excluding a -3.7% effect related to foreign exchange and 0.3% related to scope and other changes, total sales increased by 3.9% organically. Organic sales growth reflects a price effect of 4.7% and a volume/mix effect of -0.8%. Volume/mix sequentially improved from -3.3% in H1 to 1.8% in H2. In-Home sales increased by 3.3% and sales in Away-from-Home increased by 6.4%.

Adjusted EBIT increased organically by more than 6%, excluding Russia's performance. Including Russia's performance, total adjusted EBIT increased organically by 1.1% to EUR 1,128 million supported by an organic increase in adjusted gross profit of 2.9%. In FY 23, the organic adjusted EBIT growth improved sequentially from -3.0% in H1 to 5.5% in H2. Including the effects of foreign exchange and scope/other, the adjusted EBIT decreased by 8.1%.

Underlying profit - excluding all adjusting items net of tax - benefited from stronger core operating performance (+7.8%) which was offset by fair value changes of derivatives & gains and losses in FX (of which the majority in 2023 is non-cash), translational FX results, and scope/other. Including these, the underlying profit decreased by 20.8% to EUR 734 million.

Net leverage was 2.73x (net debt to adjusted EBITDA), despite currency headwinds, with a net debt of EUR 3.9 billion on 31 December 2023.

Our liquidity position remains strong, with total liquidity of EUR 3.5 billion consisting of a cash position of EUR 2.0 billion and available committed RCF facilities of EUR 1.5 billion. 

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Fabien Simon (CEO) and Scott Gray (CFO) will host a conference call for analysts and institutional investors at 10:00 AM CET today to discuss the full-year 2023 results. A live and on-demand audio webcast of the conference call will be available via JDE Peet’s’ Investor Relations website.

1This press release contains certain non-IFRS financial measures and ratios, which are not recognised measures of financial performance or liquidity under IFRS. For a reconciliation of these non-IFRS financial measures to the most directly comparable IFRS financial measures, see page 7 of this press release.



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About JDE Peet’sJDE Peet’s is the world's leading pure-play coffee and tea company, serving approximately 4,100 cups of coffee or tea per second. JDE Peet's unleashes the possibilities of coffee and tea in more than 100 markets with a portfolio of over 50 brands including L’OR, Peet’s, Jacobs, Senseo, Tassimo, Douwe Egberts, OldTown, Super, Pickwick and Moccona. In 2023, JDE Peet’s generated total sales of EUR 8.2 billion and employed a global workforce of more than 21,000 employees. Read more about our journey towards a coffee and tea for every cup at www.jdepeets.com. 


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Responsible sourcing

Responsibly sourced green coffee: refers to green coffee covered by a sustainability scheme recognised by the coffee industry, such as GCP Equivalence Mechanism, including, Enveritas, Rainforest Alliance, 4C, Fairtrade, etc.  Responsibly sourced palm oil: refers to purchased palm oil with Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certification.  Responsibly sourced tea: responsibly sourced tea (Camellia sinensis) and rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) refer to the tea (processed tea from sensitive origin) and rooibos purchased or manufactured by JDE Peet’s for which the supplier has been independently audited by a recognised third party as meeting its sustainability requirements. These third parties may include, but are not limited to, Rainforest Alliance/UTZ, Fairtrade, ETP, Enveritas, etc.  For more information on the responsible sourcing pillar of Common Grounds, the Company’s sustainability programme, please visit www.jdepeets.com/sustainability

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