HONG KONG, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp, a Chinese food and beverage maker, on Monday posted a 123 percent rise in quarterly net profit, buoyed by upbeat noodle sales and costs of beverage products amid a recovery in the consumer goods market.
Tingyi, owner of the Master Kong brand, said profit rose to 594.4 million yuan ($86.5 million) in the three months ended June, from 266.70 million yuan profit a year earlier.
Revenue grew 11.1 percent to 15.96 billion yuan during the second quarter.
The instant noodle maker and beverage producer, a Chinese partner of Starbucks and PepsiCo, said its gross profit margin for the quarter rose 2.56 percentage points to 32.71 percent.
Tingyi reported a surge of 86.6 percent at 1.31 billion yuan in its first-half profit, beating 1.085 billion yuan forecast by Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Revenue rose 8.5 percent to about 31 billion yuan.
$1 = 6.8740 Chinese yuan Reporting by Donny Kwok; Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips