Broken market, not broken stock. The market drove this stock up too high, too fast on a very good earnings report with raised forward guidance. I hear lots of people throw out that term broken stock cavalierly, just like "parabolic" (LOL). It's too bad some people got tricked into buying too high, especially if they went all in.
This stock is up a little more than 10% since pre-earnings, while the S&P500 is up around 1.5%. That IS NOT a broken stock. Fundamentals are still good and unchanged. In fact, food ingredient costs should be going down with the recent plunges in grain prices. I'm assuming that applies to organics, as well.