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Annie's, Inc. (BNNY) Message Board

  • eranxfsmaass eranxfsmaass Oct 4, 2013 7:06 AM Flag

    +$60K, Need tips from the pros

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    • I understand and that's fine. Any increase is great - put the rest to work drilling.

    • can u explain to your new friend investor how to make a nice looking spread sheet, so we all can see what money is coming from where, what taxes have been avoided, etc etc.

      Who the eff is economist here? this investor is annoying and is not providing any content.

    • Hope this will put an end to this stock's abnormal valuation.

    • WalMart where I live do not offer a wide selection of Annie's products but Targets do offer huge amounts of shelf space for their products. I have bought their products before and it is good. Will buy more next time I go to Target.

    • No matter how I slice it I don't see how the company can achieve the growth required to support the current valuation. The company has solid products and a great brand but paying 4.75x revenue is nuts. They are selling in multiple parts of the grocery store, but each product line is still small enough that I question whether the brand means anything to the average consumer across different product sets. Part of their growth story is that they are trying to push into the frozen aisle with their pizza but have not been able to gain significant ACV within mainstream grocery. There are lots of great tasting organic and conventional frozen pizza brands fighting tooth and nail for the same limited freezer space. How they will be able to grow in this set without paying significant slotting fees is a mystery to me. Given the run up in the price since the beginning of the year what am I missing?

    • WalMart where I live do not offer a wide selection of Annie's products but Targets do offer huge amounts of shelf space for their products. I have bought their products before and it is good. Will buy more next time I go to Target.

    • No matter how I slice it I don't see how the company can achieve the growth required to support the current valuation. The company has solid products and a great brand but paying 4.75x revenue is nuts. They are selling in multiple parts of the grocery store, but each product line is still small enough that I question whether the brand means anything to the average consumer across different product sets. Part of their growth story is that they are trying to push into the frozen aisle with their pizza but have not been able to gain significant ACV within mainstream grocery. There are lots of great tasting organic and conventional frozen pizza brands fighting tooth and nail for the same limited freezer space. How they will be able to grow in this set without paying significant slotting fees is a mystery to me. Given the run up in the price since the beginning of the year what am I missing?

    • Walmart (and target for that matter) already carry Annie's products. Thats where I buy them from. (Baltimore, md)

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      • No matter how I slice it I don't see how the company can achieve the growth required to support the current valuation. The company has solid products and a great brand but paying 4.75x revenue is nuts. They are selling in multiple parts of the grocery store, but each product line is still small enough that I question whether the brand means anything to the average consumer across different product sets. Part of their growth story is that they are trying to push into the frozen aisle with their pizza but have not been able to gain significant ACV within mainstream grocery. There are lots of great tasting organic and conventional frozen pizza brands fighting tooth and nail for the same limited freezer space. How they will be able to grow in this set without paying significant slotting fees is a mystery to me. Given the run up in the price since the beginning of the year what am I missing?

      • No matter how I slice it I don't see how the company can achieve the growth required to support the current valuation. The company has solid products and a great brand but paying 4.75x revenue is nuts. They are selling in multiple parts of the grocery store, but each product line is still small enough that I question whether the brand means anything to the average consumer across different product sets. Part of their growth story is that they are trying to push into the frozen aisle with their pizza but have not been able to gain significant ACV within mainstream grocery. There are lots of great tasting organic and conventional frozen pizza brands fighting tooth and nail for the same limited freezer space. How they will be able to grow in this set without paying significant slotting fees is a mystery to me. Given the run up in the price since the beginning of the year what am I missing?

 
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