TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping his eye on shares of Deere (DE) and Campbell Soup (CPB) as both companies are set to release quarterly financial results Friday. Cramer says in a recent article, research showed that the American farm is in dire straits. He says that doesn't bode well for Deere and that he wouldn't mind seeing some taken off the table ahead. As for Campbell Soup, Cramer says the division that is doing well is their natural and organic line, Bolthouse Farms. He says it's not too late to buy WhiteWave Foods which is technically able to be bought without tax consequences next month. Cramer thinks Campbell should be buying WhiteWave or Hain Celestial in order to be able to get more natural and organic.
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