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Organic food companies and corporate giants seem pleased about the bipartisan effort to label GMO products.
General Mills is profiting in a big way from its move toward healthier, organic foods and the numbers are proving it, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Listening to customers puts General Mills in turnaround mode.
General Mills is launching several new products to help grow its business, but the company isn't ruling out bolt-on acquisitions.
It's a pretty broad spectrum, but they've definitely arrived.
It's an obvious choice as a food industry acquisition candidate following Danone's deal for WhiteWave.
Luck matters, but what you do with it matters more.
As bid from Mondelez for Hershey shows, companies with no growth either invent it or buy it.
If the hated can move, who knows what can happen to companies that are making real good money?
On Wednesday, June 29, investors await key economic indicators and quarterly earnings from General Mills.
But the situation in Europe is nowhere near running its course.
It's not easy finding safe havens - or buying opportunities - in the Brexit storm, so investors will have to look to earnings reports for upside opportunities.
For the week of June 27, investors will continue to monitor Brexit developments, remarks from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and earnings from Nike.
One would be surprised by what a box of frozen chicken and waffles under Walmart's Great Value private-label brand signifies for the world's largest retailer.
There are varying degrees of good, and this rally is just good and nothing more.
Jim Cramer says several stocks, including Ford, JP Morgan, and eBay Would be Hurt by a Brexit
Be cautious for now, but be ready to put some of that mad money to work in higher-yielding, all-domestic equities.
The company also has no intention of becoming a dollar store.
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Jim Cramer says Kraft Heinz needs to do more to attract millennial customers.
Would Jim Cramer invest in a company targeted by hedge fund investor Bill Ackman?