Get a 3.7% yield from Campbell Soup

Get a 3.7% yield from Campbell Soup

Higher ingredient and packaging prices led to an 11.1% revenue drop for this company during the fourth quarter.

However, cost cutting continues as the firm plans to raise selling prices on the popularity of its well-known brands.

The stock trades at 14.9 times the company’s 2021 earnings… Read More

Campbell Soup remains the better pick

Rising prices for ingredients, packaging and transportation are hurting profits for both Campbell Soup and PepsiCo. We still like both stocks, but feel Campbell offers investors a better combination of capital gains potential and income.
CAMPBELL SOUP CO. $40 is a buy. The company (New York symbol CPB;… Read More

Both of these dividend payments look safe

Foodmakers Campbell Soup and General Mills are now facing two challenges—slowing sales as restaurants re-open, and rising costs for ingredients and transportation. While their dividends look secure, we feel Campbell Soup is in a better position to overcome these setbacks with cost savings and investments… Read More