The idea that AMNF cannot be bought or sold without moving the price is just wrong. I have more than once bought or sold 40,000 shares or more on a single day. The price moved no more than a cent each time. You cannot do that every day, but the frequency with which one can do it is not all that low. This is not a new development either. I sold out 60,000 shares from an estate in 2009, and it never moved the stock once.
It's funny that you say that the largest holder of AMNF is "rumored" to sell on a regular basis. Now you're listening to rumors? Of course, if you were to look at the quarterly financial disclosure reports that the company has on its website, you would see that the rumor is not correct.
By the way, I heard a rumor that you are just trying to discourage current holders of the stock into selling so that you can buy at a lower price.
First of all, consistently buying the stock to manipulate the price higher at the end of the day is illegal. Having a group that does that is worse.
Second, your analysis of AMNF versus the other food companies in the market is quite flawed. I have followed the stock (and owned it) for a little more than a decade. In that time it has risen from about $0.27 to roughly $2.20 -- what other food companies have gone up eight fold during that time while paying a nice dividend.
Third, the idea that even a stock this small is controlled by a group manipulating the stock price is one of those fantasies that too many "investors" accept. Ultimately, most stock trades on fundamentals. For AMNF, those fundamentals have been very good for years. It's those fundamentals that you should be studying, not conspiracy theories about stock manipulation.