Coach (COH) , Herbalife (HLF) , and Freshpet (FRPT) are among the companies reporting earnings on Tuesday, and TheStreet's Jim Cramer weighed in on each company. On Coach, Cramer says the handbag business is too competitive, and it's not something he is interested in investing in. On Herbalife, Cramer says for investors, the issue to watch is the company's long-term debt covenants, more than each quarter's numbers. On Freshpet, Cramer says the company needs to be taken over. Cramer is the portfolio manager of the Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.
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