Thank you for your interest in FRoSTA AG! Below you will find answers to some of the frequently asked questions about our company. Just click on a question and the answer will open up underneath. If you have any further questions please get in touch.
FRoSTA AG General FAQs
The corporation employs 1,712 employees (as of December 2022).
Our next shareholders’ meeting will take place virtually on April 27, 2023. All information can be found here.
If you are not a shareholder and would like to attend the meeting as a guest then please book your admission ticket here.
The FRoSTA Group uses the German HGB standard.
BDO AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Bremer, were appointed as auditors for the 2022 fiscal year at the shareholders’ meeting on April 27, 2022.
FRoSTA Shares FAQs
On the Open Market segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
For enquiries with respect to shares that are no longer valid please click here.
Mr. Dirk Ahlers holds 10 % of the shares and Mr. Felix Ahlers holds 33.7 % of the shares. The remaining shares are free float.
Following its latest capital increase in autumn 2013 there are 6.812,598 outstanding FRoSTA shares.
FRoSTA AG shares are partially traded in relatively low volumes. If shares with a limit order are bought then this can result in a limitation of the supply if the limit differs vastly from the current market price. The closer the limit is to the current trade price the easier it is to buy FRoSTA shares.
FRoSTA Products FAQs
The first fish fingers under the FRoSTA brand were sold in 1976. You can read more about this on our Company History page.
Our fish products, ready-made meals and the various fruit mixes are manufactured at our plant in Bremerhaven. Our vegetable products are manufactured at our plants in Bobenheim-Roxheim and Lommatzsch plants as quickly as possible after harvesting the vegetables grown on the surrounding fields at these locations. Our fourth production plant, located in Bydgoszcz, Poland, manufactures fish products as well as ready meals and soups for the East European Market.