The Breville Group Ltd net profit after tax rose 16.2% to $105.7 million for FY22.

The kitchen appliance maker said it was a solid year of performance despite soaring inflation, delayed shipping and the war in Ukraine.

?Having doubled the size of the business in the last four years, the strength of our geographic portfolio came through in FY22 as the Americas accelerated in the second half to pick up the slack in Europe,? said Chief Executive Jim Clayton.

The Breville share price is moving higher in early trade, up 0.46%.