General Mills News
Where's the upside for an over-leveraged company that is aggressively entering new markets?
Kraft does not get the respect it deserves.
Pinnacle Food's stock price can approach $32 in the next 18 months.
With management having just increased the dividends and share buyback plan, General Mills should now be a central part of a nutritious portfolio.
Acquisitions, strong brands, and geographical diversification make Hain a good pick.
This newcomer is strategizing well and looks good for the future.
While Kellogg does offer a strong yield at 2.90%, I still consider this a stale stock.
The country watched as voters in Washington weighed in on whether or not to enact GMO labeling laws affecting several food products in the state. However, Connecticut and Maine passed similar legislation back in June. Can a built-in compromise succeed in establishing the nation's first GMO labeling law?
Which companies are behind your favorite Thanksgiving dishes, and how much does that affect their bottom line?
You may want to eat organic foods for their dedication to using natural ingredients or because of the controversy surrounding GMO foods. Whatever the reason, here are some of the top brands to look for during your next shopping trip -- and the companies promoting them.
General Mills was a winner within the food & beverage industry, rising $0.60 (1.2%) to $50.48 on average volume
Kellogg's dependence on cereals might not be healthy for your portfolio.
Campbell Soup is not a good buy at its current price, while General Mills and Mondelez International could be better picks.
Declining sales and profits leaves Campbell Soup Company investors watery. How does the company stack up against peers like General Mills and Mondelez International?