IFF is your better choice for new buying

PepsiCo continues to rebound strongly from its pandemic-induced lows as restaurants re-open. However, rising input costs could slow its earnings growth. That’s why we prefer companies, such as IFF, that directly benefit from rising food ingredient prices.
PEPSICO INC. $170 is still a hold. The company (Nasdaq symbol… Read More

Their strong brands support your dividends

These two leading consumer product makers are raising their selling prices to offset higher raw material and other costs. Despite the higher prices, consumers will probably stick with the well-known brands of these giants instead of switching to generic products. That will let both companies… 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

Let our stock updates help direct you

PEPSICO INC. $156 is a hold. The soft drink maker (Nasdaq symbol PEP; Consumer sector; Shares outstanding: 1.4 billion; Market cap: $218.4 billion; Dividend yield: 2.8%; Takeover Target Rating: Medium; www.pepsico.com) has agreed to sell a 61% controlling stake in its Tropicana juice business to… Read More