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They're striking while the iron is hottest to raise money, reduce debt.
B&G Foods is up 29 percent so far in 2016, but the stock - and others in the food group - could have a long shelf life for investors.
Prices have been marking time since the early September rally but should be ready to move higher again.
But don't toss out stocks just because the "action" is so negative.
The private label business won't get much in a sale and further stock appreciation is limited.
B&G Foods will potentially be a buyer of any smaller brands that get spun off in Warren Buffett's purchase of Kraft Foods Group, said B&G CEO Robert Cantwell.
Keep a close eye on what the Fed has to say on the matter.
Like it or not, a high-dividend slow grower is now a better buy than a fresh-faced, fast-growing Internet monopolist.
They're not Google, but these reports tend to be far more useful.
StockMarketMentor.com founder Dan Fitzpatrick details how to trade the three stocks Jim Cramer mentioned on CNBC's Mad Money last night.
Kimberly Clarke and B&G Foods are two stocks that are working, according to Jim Cramer and Nicole Urken, Mad Money Research Director
TheStreet asked CEOs at the ICR XChange conference to reveal their favorite company product.
B&G Foods CEO Dave Wenner is pleased that costs are coming down, but he still thinks that his shoppers are pinching pennies.