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Lamb Weston: 2021 Will Be A Tough Year, But All Eyes Should Be On 2022 And Beyond

Apr. 07, 2021 11:40 AM ETLamb Weston Holdings, Inc. (LW)


  • Lamb Weston is a major producer of (frozen) potato products and is feeling the COVID-related shutdowns.
  • There was quite a bit of margin pressure in Q3, mainly due to COVID-related inefficiencies in logistics and production processes.
  • The company will still generate plenty of free cash flow and will kick off the construction of a new plant in Asia.
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Lamb Weston (NYSE:LW) is one of the world's largest producer of processed potato products (including fries, hash browns, etc.). As the company's B2B division remains under pressure worldwide, FY 2021 (which will end in May) won't be a great

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