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Jim Cramer notes that sometimes the best bull stories develop in out-of-the-way areas of the stock market.
After chatting with the CEO, Cramer thinks you’ll find this food stock kinda' tasty.
Hormel Foods CEO Jeffrey Ettinger discusses his company's decision to buy Skippy Peanut Butter from Unilever, saying they "certainly have the capacity to do other deals."
Stocks finished lower Thursday after the Fed meeting minutes revealed disagreement on how long the central bank should buy bonds and as investors took a pause following the previous session's sharp 'cliff' deal rally.
Hormel Foods apparently has a hankering for a peanut butter and bacon sandwich. The company known for Spam and other deli meats said Thursday it's buying Skippy.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
U.S. stock index futures indicated a slightly lower open on Wall Street on Friday, following declines in Europe on worries about the U.S. “fiscal cliff” and Greece’s prospects of securing further aid.
With severe droughts and little increase in demand, major U.S. food companies are turning to technology in order to increase their pricing power.
Farha Aslam, Stephens, and Tim Ramey, DA Davidson, discuss whether Hormel can keep consumers happy in the face of a potential rise in commodity prices.
Jeffrey Ettinger, Hormel Foods chairman, president & CEO, discusses the heat wave and its weight on commodities.
Spam turns 75 years old this July, and it's celebrating with a new mascot and a party at its chief US manufacturing plant. Once a staple of soldiers' diets, Spam's reluctant legacy may be as the clown of the US food world the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Investors looking to weather the financial storm should turn to solid staple grocery stocks, Cramer said, such as Spam maker Hormel Foods.
Earlier in the session, the stock was down as much as 18 percent, its worst one-day drop since November 2000.
Take a look at some of Wednesday’s morning movers:
Jeff Ettinger, Hormel Foods chairman, president & CEO, discusses his company's record Q2 numbers, reporting EPS of $0.48 vs. $0.42 on revenues of $2 billion, and growing his business to meet changing consumer demand.
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Consumers are showing an increasing preference for store brands over brand names, and it’s not all about the price.
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