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Campbell Soup Company (CPB)

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Post Holdings: Too Much Debt And A Recession Do Not Mix Well

Post Holdings (POST) is one of the most indebted companies in the packaged food space. It’s popular cereal brands include Grape Nuts, Fruity Pebbles, Alpha-Bits, Honeycomb and Malt-O-Meal. In refrigerated foods, Bob Evans is a leading ready-to-serve brand consumers favor. I mentioned the stock last week here in a story...

Paul Franke on Seeking Alpha | September 28, 2020

Global Super Fruit Juices Market: COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan | Evolving Opportunities with Asahi Group Holdings Ltd. and Campbell Soup Co. | Technavio

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #GlobalSuperFruitJuicesMarket--The Global Super Fruit Juices Market will grow by $ 5.69 bn during 2020-2024

Business Wire | September 22, 2020

Campbell Soup CEO: Return To Normalcy Doesn't Mean Lower Sales

One of the early beneficiaries of consumers' pantry-stocking food items was Campbell Soup Company (NYSE: CPB ) and CEO Mark Clouse wants to make it clear a return to some form of a "new normal" bodes well for the company. What Happened: Campbell discussed a return to normalcy during its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings conference call and had some assuming this is foreshadowing a return to the company's "old, slow way," CNBC's Jim Cramer said on "Mad … Full story available on Benzinga.com

Benzinga | September 17, 2020

Campbell Appoints Camille Pierce as Chief Culture Officer

CAMDEN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) appointed Camille Pierce as Vice President and Chief Culture Officer, effective Oct. 26, 2020. In this newly created role, Pierce will lead Campbell’s enterprise-wide inclusion and diversity (I&D) strategy, working across the organization to build a winning team and culture, and aligning the company’s I&D goals with business outcomes. She will become a member of the Campbell Leadership Team. Mark Clouse, Campbell’s Presiden

Business Wire | September 17, 2020

Global Functional Foods and Beverages Market- Featuring Archer Daniels Midland Co., Campbell Soup Co., and Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd. Among Others

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #FunctionalFoodsandBeveragesMarket--The Global Functional Foods and Beverages Market will grow by USD 276.68 bn during 2020-2024

Business Wire | September 16, 2020

Campbell Soup not appetizing yet to Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo says it is waiting for a better entry point on Campbell Soup (CPB) after sizing up the post-earnings decline. "FQ4's print continued to demonstrate the benefits from a rising tide of COVID-related Food-at-Home demand while improving execution, including a commitment to increased marketing spend, supports the portfolio’s core...

Seeking Alpha | September 4, 2020

After Campbell's Falls On Q4 Results, CEO Tells Investors To Think Long-Term

Campbell Soup Company (NYSE: CPB ) CEO Mark Clouse has a message to investors after the stock sold off following the company's fourth-quarter report: overlook the "here and now" story in favor of the long-term narrative. What Happened: Campbell reported Thursday with fourth-quarter results that came in better than Street estimates, but the stock sold off. Investors may have been disappointed with the absence of any financial outlook for the full year. The company is "taking advantage of a … Full story available on Benzinga.com

Benzinga | September 4, 2020

How at-home meals and quick-scratch cooking drove Campbell Soup (CPB) to a strong finish in FY2020

Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) ended fiscal year 2020 on a strong note with solid results in the fourth quarter. The company saw double digit growth in net sales, both on a reported and organic basis, for the quarter while adjusted EPS grew 50%. The quarterly numbers benefited from the change in consumer behavior brought on by […]

AlphaStreet | September 4, 2020

Supply chain issues overshadow Campbell Soup's earnings beat

Campbell Soup (CPB) is down 8.58% after the company's Q2 earnings report underwhelmed investors. On the post-earnings call, Campbell execs detailed some of the supply chain issues the company is facing, particularly with the snacks business. "Share results were mixed in certain categories as we navigated some previously discussed supply...

Seeking Alpha | September 3, 2020

Campbell Soup EPS beats by $0.03, beats on revenue

Campbell Soup (CPB): FQ4 Non-GAAP EPS of $0.63 beats by $0.03; GAAP EPS of $0.28 misses by $0.22.Revenue of $2.11B (+18.5% Y/Y) beats by $40M.Adjusted gross margin rate +190 bps to 35.6% vs. consensus of 34%.Shares +2.4% PM.Press Release...

Seeking Alpha | September 3, 2020



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