Shares are somewhat attractive, with sentiment underestimating the narrow-moat firm's remaining (if diminished) clout in-aisle.
We think the company can leverage its domestic product lineup as it grows internationally and builds its instant oil change presence.
While concerned that the Ainsworth purchase comes as Smucker struggles in the pet-nutrition sector, we applaud the firm’s openness to divesting its baking business.
Despite underwhelming guidance, we're optimistic about the narrow-moat specialty retailer's long-term prospects.
We think the snack maker is well suited to cater to consumers' continued desire to indulge.
We expect the new CEO to hew closely to Hostess' successful playbook as the firm rebuilds following its 2012 liquidation.
The narrow-moat company offers a greater opportunity for patient investors favorable to the sector and willing to endure a multiyear turnaround.
We think its distribution network sets it up for success in the race for professional and DIY sales.