Cramer couldn't help but notice that several packaged-foods stocks have been absolutely crushing the broader averages, with Campbell Soup, General Mills and Hormel leaving the S&P 500 in the dust this year.
What really caught Cramer's attention was that for years these pantry-style packaged foods were considered to be challenged as Americans transitioned to healthier eating habits.
"To paint these companies with that broad a brush would be way too glib," the "Mad Money" host said.
Many of these companies have actually been transforming themselves through acquisitions in the natural and organic space. As a result, Campbell Soup, General Mills and Hormel have managed to brand themselves as natural and organic.
Given that all three companies are within striking distance of all-time highs, Cramer recommended waiting for a pullback before buying. Ideally, he would like to see stock prices go down and yields go up, with a buy on General Mills the moment its dividend hits the 3 percent threshold.
"If you don't already own them, I say put them on your shopping list and wait for the next big marketwide sell-off to give you a better entry point," Cramer said.
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Box is another stock that has rebounded dramatically in the past month, up 33 percent. On Wednesday, it reported a solid quarter, with a smaller than expected earnings loss per share on stronger than expected sales.
After struggling a bit since coming public in January 2015, it seems to finally be on the right track as it has won new business with customers such as AIG, Bain Capital and Home Depot.
Box Chairman and CEO Aaron Levie commented on the strength of 2015, stating "It was a fantastic year from our perspective and certainly from the guidance that we put out, and that was really driven in large part because of the larger customers and larger deals that we are bringing on."
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on a few caller-favorite stocks:
Cheniere Energy: "We are not buyers of Cheniere. We were Charif Souki [former CEO] fans and we question the plan here now. We are not going to be involved with Cheniere."
IBM: "IBM is moving up in part because they're really starting to get it together, becoming much, much more toward what we want. We want social, mobile, cloud, interactive and artificial intelligence. So I am going to tell you that I think IBM is a tepid buy. Not a strong buy, but a tepid buy."
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