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It's more in developed markets, which are pretty mature. Not much growth. Company itself is only targeting 1-2%.
food processing
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They haven't fared well from a fundamental standpoint. Earnings have gone down since the 2015 merger. With the market rotating into value, KHC has benefited a bit, but their profile remains unexciting. There are better opportunities elsewhere.
food processing
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Undervalued, relative to peers. Prospects are slowly improving. In the staples sector, there are easier stories to get behind. Still a work in progress. He prefers Costco, PG, or even Nestle, which all have more consistent earnings.

food processing
DON'T BUY

It is in a relatively mature space. She owns MDLZ-Q, which they spun off because it has more growth.

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Condiment market? Ketchup seems the place to be during the pandemic. Heinz had been a struggling company, but it has been a safe haven when the economy has been in rough shape. The dividend has remained safe.
food processing
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Not a shining moment for Warren Buffett. Problem is consumers want upscale, fresh, artisanal food, not the old-fashioned, mass-produced food in a box that Kraft makes. Kraft needs to reinvent themselves and move in that direction.

food processing
DON'T BUY
Molson Coors vs. Kraft Heinz She owns neither. Kraft Heinz has pulled back a lot; 3G Capital bought them and they're famous for cutting and not reinvesting, which limits product innovation. There's little growth in North American staples; the space is very mature and highly competitive. Molson Coors: She doesn't own any beer companies, because they're all richly priced. Also, beer drinking is declining over time. She gives a slight edge to Molson Coors, but unethusiastically, because KHC is limited by the mature N.A. market.
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WAIT
Debt issues? Growth by acquisition with a lot of debt has got them into problem. He sold out around $80 and is now starting to look again at them. He is concerned about the debt overhang. Over a 5-10 year time horizon you should be okay. Is it the best to own in consumer staples? He would add something else along with it. He can't recommend it until he does more analysis.
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In terms of relative valuation, it is looking good. The stock is on sale. Probably too early to look at it right now though it is a cheap staple. It has products that most homes have. It is definitely worth looking at, but must look at some of the trends.
food processing
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They encountered accounting issues that the FCC is investigating. In 2017 they tried to merge with Unilever which began their demise. A lot of products have fallen out of favour, like Maxwell House and Oscar Meyer. To catch up to current health food trends requires a huge investment in R&D, and will it payoff and how long? Unlike QSR-T, KHC has fallen behind.

food processing
DON'T BUY
A value play or trap? More of a trap, because growth has slowed down. There isn't much downside left, but maybe no upside from here on.
food processing
DON'T BUY
Lots of clouds still. Long-term growth rate is unknown. Missed on earnings. Expects dividend to be at risk. Management has cut costs, but paid no attention to brand awareness. Value trap.
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WAIT
He would not be a buyer. It has had troubles, with Warren Buffet having to step in. Consumer tastes have changed and they have been slow to adapt. The company has taken on a large amount of debt for the acquisition. There have not been enough catalysts to get him back on board so he will continue to wait.
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DON'T BUY
Its balance sheet is too big for its current level of earnings. Until there are big write-offs, this stock will continue to suffer. The new CEO is a good step.
food processing
DON'T BUY
Will it recover? He doesn't know. Today, they replaced their CEO. This often happens after a corporate "accident" then the market positively reacts, seeing hope. If KHC cuts costs too much, then it could cut into bone and hurt sales growth. There are better Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies out there to buy. Also, CPGs are tough, not strong organic growers.
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Kraft Heinz Company(KHC-Q) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 4

Total Signals / Votes : 4

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On 2021-10-15, Kraft Heinz Company (KHC-Q) stock closed at a price of $36.98.