|Traded as||ZSE: LEDO|
|Products||Ice cream, frozen food|
|Revenue||HRK 2.3 billion
(c. €310 million) (2015)
|HRK 267 million
(c. €36 million) (2015)
|Total assets||HRK 2.6 billion
(c. €350 million) (2015)
Ledo is a Croatian-based producer of ice cream and frozen food headquartered in Zagreb and partially owned by the Agrokor group. It is one of the largest producers of frozen food and ice cream in Southeastern Europe. Apart from Croatia, it is also produced and sold in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Hungary.
The first ice cream, Snjeguljica (Snow White), was conceived in 1958, although at that time the company didn't exist under its present name, but was a part of a larger Croatian milk producer.
- "Konsolidirani revidirani godišnji izvještaj za 2015. godinu" (PDF) (in Croatian). Retrieved 26 May 2017.
- "Ledo" (in Croatian). Archived from the original on 6 February 2010.
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