Flowers Foods, Inc.NYSE
Does Flowers Foods Have Further To Fall?
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- Food stocks are getting gobbled after a report circulates indicating that 3G is prepping for another acquisition.
- Sources tell Brazil Journal that 3G is raising between $8B and $10B for the new deal.
- Gainers on the day include Mondelez International (MDLZ +4%), G. Will Food-International <<WILC,>> Kraft Heinz (KHC +2.8%), Pilgrim's Pride (PPC +2.9%), Lifeway Foods (LWAY +1.2%), Pinnacle Foods (PF +0.8%), Tyson Foods (TSN +1.4%), Seneca Foods (SENEB), Campbell Soup (CPB +3.6%), General Mills (GIS +3%), Kellogg (K +2.8%), Flower Foods (FLO +1.4%) and J.M. Smucker (SJM +1.1%).
- The PowerShares Dynamic Foods & Beverage ETF (NYSEARCA:PBJ) is up 1.93% on the day.
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- A bill requiring food companies to label GMO ingredients was approved by the U.S. Senate by a 63 to 30 vote and now heads to the House of Representatives.
- The negotiated bill requires food companies to label genetically modified food by a phrase, symbol on the package, or a bar code that can be scanned by smartphones.
- The Department of agriculture still has two years to write the precise labeling rules if the House approves the bill.
- The passage of the bill is seen as a positive for the food sector as the alternative of having to adhere to state-by-state rules could create operational chaos for national sellers.
- Food stocks: SENEA, SENEB, THS, OTCPK:NCRA, CPB, MDLZ, GIS, OTCPK:NSRGY, FLO, CAG, DF, SJM,DF, ANFI, JJSF, WWAV, UL, OTCQX:DANOY, OTCPK:PLATF, POST, K, PEP, DMND, PF, HAIN, KO, BETR, KHC, WILC, PPC, PF, LWAY, HRL, TSN, DTEA, SAFM, BRID.
Thu, May 26, 9:07 AM
- Flowers Foods (NYSE:FLO) declares $0.16/share quarterly dividend, 10.3% increase from prior dividend of $0.145.
- Forward yield 3.49%
- Payable June 23; for shareholders of record June 9; ex-div June 7.
Wed, May 18, 6:53 PM
- Flowers Foods (NYSE:FLO) has fallen 7.2% after hours, quoting at its lowest point in more than two months, following a miss in Q1 earnings.
- The bakery giant did guide in line for the fiscal year, though, and it boosted its quarterly dividend 9.4%, to $0.145/share. Acquisitions -- of Dave's Killer Bread and Alpine Valley Bread -- contributed 5.3% to the sales gain.
- Revenue breakout: Direct Store Delivery segment, $999M (up 3.4%); Warehouse segment, $205.3M (up 14.2%).
- In DSD, branded retail was up 5.1%, while store branded retail fell 0.1% and non-retail grew 0.9%. Among warehouse sales, branded retail rose 47%, store branded retail gained 8.4%, and non-retail and other grew 3.7%.
- It updated full-year guidance considering its $120M accelerated stock repurchase: Flowers now sees sales of $3.986B-$4.08B (growth of 5.5-8%) and EPS of $1.00-$1.06 (including about $0.02 of accretion from ASR, growth of 8.7-15.2%), both in line with expectations.
- Conference call to come tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. ET.
Wed, May 18, 5:11 PM
- Flowers Foods (NYSE:FLO): Q1 EPS of $0.28 misses by $0.01.
- Revenue of $1.2B (+4.3% Y/Y) misses by $20M.
Tue, May 17, 5:35 PM