Why Thai Beverage Can Be Everyone’s Favourite.

Thai Beverage Public Company Limited’s (SGX: Y92) is a company operating in four different segments, namely, Spirits, Beer, Food, and Non-Alcoholic Beverages.

In the last five years, it has been the darling of investors in Singapore. Why? Because its share price has gone up 260% during that period.

An investor who has invested S$10,000 just five years’ ago would have ended up with more than S$40,000, including dividends. Clearly, investors would have been delighted with their “savvy” stock picking skills.

Yet, there are other groups that have benefited equally, if not more, from their association with Thai Beverage.

Well, men, women, the young and the old, the rich and the poor, have benefitted. Its products have touched all walks of life. Just  look at some of its products.

For Adults:

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For Kids:

Here are some popular products for children.

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More products for adults:

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For something a little healthier:

Something without alcohol.

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For the “health conscious”:

Do you want some healthy drinks? Sure. See below.


For The Whole Family:

If you want a product that can satisfy everyone in your family simultaneously, then below may be your answer – taking them to one of the restaurants below.


And if you still can’t find a single product for a fussy family, then maybe this could work.


Lastly, most these products are sold in Thailand. Unfortunately, for us Singaporean, we may find that the “joy” of consuming the above products is limited to our friends in the Land of Smiles.

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. Motley Fool Singapore contributor Lawrence Nga doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.