5 Top Food Stocks to Add to your Portfolio ASAP
Healthy and Environmentally Friendly Plant Based Food Options
Appealing to a Growing Base of Educated Consumers
NewsWire -- September 23, 2020 -- via Corporate Ads
of what you want to call it, these 5 companies are taking advantage
of the move to meatless alternatives, with serious potential to
make a lot of money for investors in the long
As a result
of changes in consumer tastes, companies have invested a total of
$16 billion in plant-based meat, egg and dairy products. Let's look
at how stockholders can make that money work for them.
On to the Top 5:
Diversified Marketing Group Inc (OTC:
is moving to add
all new plant based gourmet snack food choices to the company's
already successful product lines. Market trends are clearly
demonstrating that health and environment conscious consumers are
actively seeking plant-based food choices today as it has now been
established that such alternatives can offer significant benefits
to individual wellbeing and the environment in general. Global
Diversified Marketing Group is responding to this new awareness in
consumers with plans to launch the company's first plant-based
gourmet snack options in the first quarter of 2021.
At this time
plans are being worked out with co-packers and other marketing
associates to decide on the best possible specific product choices.
Immediate emphasis will be on gourmet cookies and snacking bars,
two of Global Diversified's
lines. Initial marketing will be via the company's established
sales division, partner store sites as well as eCommerce
including Amazon.com, the world's largest retailer.
- GDMK is on track to do 2 Million
In revenues this year
- GDMK is a well Established Food
Producer Serving North American & Europe.
- Amazon.com Sales have Soared 151
Percent in the Last 30 Days Exceeding Expectations with an Increase
of Over 451 Percent in the Last 12 Months
- GDMK partners with Ruttensteiner to
distribute its folio of products in Austria and European Union
- Relationships include Lidl, Hofer,
Spar, Rewe Austria, Migros and Aldi
- Signed Agreement with Distribution
Partner, Grocery Outlet, an Emerging High-Growth Industry
- New Secured Distribution to Bring
Premium Food Products into Homes Throughout the USA.
- Attractive Share Structure with Only
13 Million OS.
- GDMK Secures New Distribution by
Expanding into Restaurant Depot Stores Nationwide
Global Diversified Marketing Group
Island Park, NY - Global Diversified Marketing Group Inc operates
as a global multi-line consumer packaged goods ("CPG") company with
branded product lines and is a food and snack manufacturer,
importer and distributor in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
The Company operates in the snacks market segment and offers
Italian Wafers, Italian filled Croissants, French
Wafer Pralines, shelf-stable Macarons, and other gourmet snacks.
The company sells its products directly through various
distribution channels comprising specialty, grocery retailers,
food-service distributors, direct store delivery ("DSD") as well as
the vending, pantry, and the micro-market segment. For more
information on GDMK
hardly a household name itself, Mondelez
owns plenty of brands that are, from Oreo to Toblerone.
In recent months, Mondelez
splash, and considerable profits, as more people sought out
stress-managing sweet and salty snacks
during the COVID-19 pandemic. The
company's Q1 revenue soared 15.1% in the North American market,
showing it's well-positioned
to grow even
under the stress of a major downturn.
stay profitable during an economic crisis is a plus for investors
-- especially given the possibility the coronavirus will spike
again in autumn -- there
are plenty of longer-term reasons to consider adding to one's
position in the cookie, candy, and cracker producer,
revenue figures appear to be stalled. Total revenue for 2016 was
$25.9 billion, while in 2019 the metric came in at $25.8 billion.
The years in between varied by only a few million dollars. A closer
look, however, reveals the company's operating margin, aka return
on sales, has grown over the years, from approximately 8% in 2009
to roughly 10.5% in 2017 and over 14% in recent
continuing to improve its return on sales through an ongoing
strategy of lowering input costs and streamlining its distribution.
The net income available to shareholders has grown from $1.6
billion in 2016 to $3.8 billion in 2019, raising diluted earnings
per share from $1.05 to $2.65 over the same period.
provided reliable dividends for many years. According to charts
published as part of the company's presentation at the 2020
Consumer Analyst Group of New York conference, organic net revenue
and several other important metrics are flourishing:
Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND)
success of Beyond
The plant-based food company went public on May 1, 2019, at $25 a
share, selling 11.1 million units of its stock for net proceeds of
$252 million, including the underwriters' over-allotment. Three
months later on Aug. 2, 2019, insiders
sold 3.3 million shares at
$160 per share. The company sold 250,000 shares to the public,
raising $36.8 million in net proceeds.
wisely waived the 180-day lock-up period for its main investors so
that they could cash out a portion of their shares while they were
up almost six-fold.
2020 net revenues increased 141% year-over-year
to $97.1 million, while its gross profit improved to $37.7 million
(38.8% gross margin), for a net profit of $1.8 million, a 127%
increase over the same period last year.
importantly, on March 11, 2020, Beyond
Meat rolled out its new Beyond Breakfast Sausage product.
With 33% fewer calories than a leading brand of pork sausage
patties, these are bound to be a hit with health-conscious
According to Nielsen, 98% of consumers who buy plant-based
also buy animal meat. In fact, the Plant Based Foods Association
meat sales increase
by 23%, on average, when put in the meat department rather than the
The "vegan wave" is now the
Tyson Foods (NYSE:TSN)
invested in Beyond Meat in 2016, buying
5% of the plant-based meat company. It upped its stake at the end
of 2017 as part of a $55
for Tyson shareholders, the company didn't make it to the
its shares in
April 2019 for an undisclosed amount after Tyson CEO Noel White
decided the company would create its own plant-based protein line.
Tyson's brand is called Raised & Rooted.
with Beyond Meat. However, while its chicken nugget product is
meatless, its burger contains Angus beef as well as pea protein
chief marketing officer, "While most Americans still choose meat as
their primary source of protein, interest in plant and blended
proteins is growing significantly."
of last year, Raised & Rooted products had made it
the U.S., almost
double the number of stores carrying
the brand in August.
increased rollout, Tyson didn't make reference to Raised &
Rooted in either its Q2
2020 10-Q or quarterly
conference call with
Tyson did mention Raised & Rooted in its 2019
Sustainability Report, which was released on May 27,
people think of Kellogg, the first thing that comes to mind is
likely cereal: Special K, Frosted Flakes, Mini-Wheats,
etc. However, it has owned a vegetarian food brand called
the business in 1999.
sells over 90
of faux meat a year, with about one-third of that volume in fake
burgers and the remaining two-thirds from other products such as
chicken and sausage alternatives. Estimates suggest that
$450 million in annual revenue,
times the $355 million Beyond Meat has sold over the trailing 12
is valued at 22 times sales. If MorningStar
given the same valuation, it would be worth $10 billion to Kellogg,
about 41% of the company's current market cap.
clear that Kellogg is aware of MorningStar
potential. The big question is whether management is smart enough
to take advantage of the popularity of meatless
On April 30,
2020, Kellogg announced on its quarterly
conference call that
it had delayed the launch of its "Incogmeato"
burgers from the end of the first quarter to sometime in the second
half of the year due to the novel
burgers will now be launched at the same time as its new
plant-based sausage products later in 2020.
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