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Expensive Annie's Organic. End ASAP.
Forbes 50 best growth companies.
Organic Foods...great flavor. Stock is Expensive but the market doesn't care.
currently way over-valued. Good product that people like, good marketing, however price needs to come back to reality.
Organic Foods, with track record
The founding principals of Annie's Homegrown live and work on their farm, which grows some of the produce used in their natural food products. They cater to the growth trends in special diet markets, which show no signs of abating, with vegan and gluten free products. A sustainability theme permeates the company, from recyclable packaging to a constant awareness of their carbon footprint. Community support is evidenced by Cases for Causes humanitarian program, agricultural scholarships and school garden contributions. Transparency is also important at Annie's, which provides details on antibiotics, milking machines and other treatment of cows by their suppliers, as well as the degrees of definitions of the term organic.
Strong brand loyalty with existing retail relationships. Possible takeout canididate for one of the major food companies to add to their organic portfolios.
The company has a good suite of products that it should be able to expand. I know they will in my household. Cheddar bunnies rock!
It's Wabbit season, and I'm hunting wabbits, so be vewy, vewy quiet!BNNY has left a trail of stinky negative FCF droppings for us to track it by.
Stock looks great. I call shenanigans.
No debt, great sales growth, good margins and a rapidly growing consumer demand for healthier, fast choice meals and food....baby boomers are aging. They ae realizing that they will be a product of their thoughts, actions & what they eat.
Low cap, taking market share of local grocers, flying off the shelves at our Target which isn't a place you would consider great food sales.......
Annie’s (BNNY). Only been public 5 months and riding the organic movement. Our son loves their food! Net income increased 17% with latest quarterly report. In 2011, the company generated $20 million in profits on $117.6 million in sales, up from $96 million in revenue in 2010 sales and $6 million in profits. The company offers over 125 products, which are sold at over 25,000 retail locations. There are over 35,000 grocery stores in the United States alone. This is a positive for Annie's because the company can grow its distribution within the U.S. by 40%.
I'm not afraid of the price shooting up out of the gate. I'm getting in and giving BNNY my rabbit of approval green thumb up!
Annie's sells a great product that we buy by the case. Because our society seems to be more interested in how food is made and what is in our food, Annie's has a real shot to shine. There are four or five simple ingredients in their Mac and Cheese and people like knowing this. The result is a tastier product than other leading brands, causing us to believe Annie's will expand market share in the next several years.
Had a hot IPO but it pretty much stops there in terms of good news for Annie's. Great product, but that doesn't always translate in to great results. I expect a lot of shares will be dumped in the coming months.
I've been shorting a lot of IPOs recently, so I'll take a stab at this one. Well-recognized organic consumer product brand. Should be less sensitive to the budgets of well-heeled organic grocery shoppers.Like any "lux" brand, this one will be pricey, both in product and in stock
3 words: mac and cheese.
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