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Alicorp S.A.A.
Industry Food & Beverages
Founded 1956
Headquarters Lima, Peru
Area served
Latin America
Key people
Dionisio Romero Paoletti (Chairman)
Alfredo Perez (CEO)
Revenue Increase US$ 1.753 billion (2012)
Increase US$ 203.3 million (2012)
Increase US$ 137.7 million (2012)
Number of employees
Website Alicorp

Alicorp is the largest Peruvian consumer goods company, with operations in South, Central and North America.


The company now known as Alicorp was started in 1956 as Industrias Anderson, Clayton & Co. as an oil and soap manufacturer in the port of Callao, Peru. In 1971, the Peruvian conglomerate Grupo Romero acquired Anderson, Clayton & Co. and renamed it Compañia Industrial Peru Pacifico S.A. (CIPPSA).
The company survived during the years of military rule in Peru and during the 1990s embarked on several acquisitions. In 1993, it absorbed Calixto Romero S.A. and Compañia Oleaginosa Pisco S.A. which were also owned by Grupo Romero. In 1995, it acquired La Fabril S.A., the largest food manufacturer in Peru from Grupo Bunge y Born from Argentina. CIPPSA changed it name to Consorcio de Alimentos Fabril Pacifico S.A. (CFP) in 1995. CFP merged with Nicolini Hermanos S.A. and Compañia Molinera del Peru S.A. in 1996 and changed its name to Alicorp in 1997.

Recent acquisitions:

2001 - Acquired assets and brands owned by the Peruvian subsidiary of Unilever.
2004 - Acquired Alimentum S.A. in order to enter the ice cream business.
2005 - Bought a laundry plant owned by Unilever and several laundry brands.
2006 - Acquired Asa Alimentos and Molinera Inca.
2008 - Acquired Colombian company PROPERSA and Argentinian company The Value Brand Company.
2010 - Acquired Argentinian company SANFORD
2012 - Acquired Chilean company SALMOFOOD, expanding its animal nutrition business.

Financial Results[edit]

Alicorp achieved revenues of 896 million dollars during 2007, a 40% increase compared to 2006.[1]
Alicorp planst to boost sales to US$2 billion by 2013 based on foreign acquisitions and export projections.[2]

Main Brands[edit]


  • Cooking Oils: Primor, Capri, Cocinero, Cil, Friol
  • Hair Care: Plusbelle
  • Pasta: Don Vittorio, Nicolini, Lavaggi, Alianza, Espiga de Oro, Victoria
  • Cookies: Casino, Glacitas, Victoria, Wazzu, Fénix, Tentación, Tejanas, Margarita, Divas, Integrackers, Choco Bum, Chomp
  • Domestic Flour: Blanca Flor, Favorita
  • Laundry Care: Bolívar, Opal, Marsella, Trome
  • Spreads: Manty, Sello de Oro
  • Juice: Kanú, Negrita
  • Seasoning: AlaCena, AlaCena Tarí, Salsa Don Vittorio


  1. ^ [1] and profits of 39 million dollars.
  2. ^ [2]

External links[edit]

Alicorp Website