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Laird Superfood Grows Revenue But Faces Inflation Uncertainties

Jan. 03, 2022 5:49 PM ETLaird Superfood, Inc. (LSF)8 Comments


  • Laird Superfood IPO'd in September 2020 and raised $58 million in gross proceeds.
  • The firm manufactures plant-based and functional foods for consumers in the United States.
  • LSF has grown revenue but faces inflationary and supply chain uncertainties as well as continuing to generate high operating losses.
  • My short-term outlook on the stock is Neutral.
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Quick Take On Laird Superfood

Laird Superfood (NYSE:LSF) went public in September 2020, raising $58 million in gross proceeds in an IPO that was priced at $22.00 per share.

The firm designs and manufactures plant-based

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Comments (8)

Stephan Otzen profile picture
Apparently, the markets now figures the potential of the new coffee pods product.
There’s difference between wipe out on waves vs wipe out in plant based food business.

Bankruptcy , capital restructuring are possible scenarios in LSF narrative at this time now.
bazooooka profile picture
Looks cheap. Might nibble if falls more.

Have you nibbled yet? I did, down about 40% already.
bazooooka profile picture
@weyls not yet. Take small bites and dollar cost avg in and when you finally get a hard bounce off the lows you should do okay. Sometimes they just plain sink and sink though.
The company is just too small..not enough cash for the mkt exposure they need...
Growth Stock Prospector profile picture
They need to announce a ceo hire and a timetable for the shelf stable creamer. Until then it’s un investable for tutes.
Ralf Anders profile picture
As soon as management can produce a meaningful and sustained move toward operating breakeven while maintaining topline revenue growth you won't get the stock for 13.40$ anymore.
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