However on Wednesday the stock slipped more than 4% after Tupperware reported earnings. Although first quarter profit was essentially flat, Tupperware also said sales in the US were down 3%. On the news, investors ran for the exits.
Cramer thinks sellers are likely making a mistake.
In the same earnings report, Tupperware also said emerging markets made up the majority of the company's sales – a total of 62% - and that's a metric that Cramer like – a lot.
"Remember, Tupperware uses a direct sales model," Cramer said. "They have a sales force of 2.8 million independent distributors, those are people who are basically working for themselves. And the strategy has proven to be a fantastic way to move product in the developing world especially in place where there's a lot less retail infrastructure as compared to the US."