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Blackmores Limited (BKL) is Australia’s leading natural health company, providing a range of vitamin, minerals, herbal and nutritional supplements to communities around the world. The company was founded by the vision and passion of Maurice Blackmore in 1931 and went on to publicly list on the ASX in 1985. 

Since then, Blackmores has made a series of acquisitions along its journey and has expanded into key Asian markets. In 2015, Blackmores shares treated investors to some particularly enormous gains, while it also became the first company listed on the ASX to hit $200 per share.

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FAQ

Will Blackmores pay a dividend in 2020?

Historically, Blackmores has paid dividends in March and September. In 2020, the Blackmores board decided not to pay its usual interim dividend, in light of the significant deterioration in the outlook for the second half due to COVID-19.

No further announcements have been made regarding Blackmores’ full year FY20 dividend payment.

Does Blackmores offer a DRP?

Yes, historically Blackmores has offered a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP). When the DRP is active, shareholders can elect to reinvest all or part of their dividends in fully paid ordinary shares in Blackmores.