Investors are digesting My Food Bag’s performance data – but Stuff is still feeding off Simon Henry’s remarks about Nadia Lim

Stuff business writer John Anthony was still focused on businessman Simon Henry’s widely reported remarks about My Food Bag co-founder Nadia Lim, a day after the company posted its latest annual results.

His report on Saturday began with news that – according to its chief executive – My Food Bag’s contact centre had been “inundated” with thousands of messages of support for Nadia Lim after “rich lister” Simon Henry made “insulting” comments about her.

Anthony mentioned an earlier Stuff report that the meal kit company had reported a $20 million after tax profit for the year to March 30, up from $2.4m a year earlier.

He noted that this result came two weeks after Henry, the boss of chemical company DGL Group, criticised My Food Bag for including a photo of Lim in its prospectus. Continue reading “Investors are digesting My Food Bag’s performance data – but Stuff is still feeding off Simon Henry’s remarks about Nadia Lim”