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    Consumer

    Opportunities and risks that Dunkin’ Brands investors must know

    It’s no big secret that Dunkin’ Donuts has the highest relative leverage in the industry. Leverage comes with a number of risks— a substantial risk is the interest paid on debt.

    By Matthew Krikorian
  • Understanding Starbucks’ cost structure and operating expenses
    Consumer

    Understanding Starbucks’ cost structure and operating expenses

    Starbucks’ main cost driver is its price per pound of coffee beans. The two most consumed coffee beans are Arabica and Robusta blends.

    By Matthew Krikorian
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    Earnings Report

    Analyzing the Expectations for Cal-Maine Foods in Fiscal 3Q16

    Cal-Maine Foods will report its fiscal 3Q16 results on March 28. Cal-Maine’s stock has gained 2% since its last quarter earnings release on December 23, 2015.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Earnings Report

    What Diamond Foods’ Segments Contributed in Fiscal 1Q16

    Diamond Foods operates in two segments that are the Snack segment and the Nut segment. The latter consists of the Emerald and Diamond of California brands.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Earnings Report

    Cal-Maine Foods: Revenue and Income Rose in Fiscal 2Q16

    On December 23, 2015, Cal-Maine Foods (CALM) reported its fiscal 2Q16 earnings for the quarter ended November 28, 2015. After the report, CALM stock rose by 1.7% to close at $49.59 per share on December 23.

    By Gabriel Kane
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Investors’ reactions to Wendy’s earnings

    Share volume was ~14.4 million shares, compared to the 50-day average daily volume of ~4.7 million, according to NASDAQ. Wendy’s closed 2.2%, up at $8.16. Wall Street analyst consensus estimated an adjusted earnings per share (or EPS) of $0.09.

    By Adam Jones
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    Consumer

    Why high valuation and coffee prices drove Starbucks down ~13%

    As store count grew over the past few years, Starbucks’ forward P/E valuation metric also expanded. What used to be just 17x gradually grew to roughly 27x, a 58% based solely on expansion in the valuations.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Consumer

    Analyzing the Ratings and Recommendations for Hain Celestial

    After Hain Celestial’s announcement on August 15 regarding the delay in its results, many firms updated their ratings and recommendations for the stock.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    McDonald’s Global Presence and the Three-Legged Stool

    McDonald’s, the world’s largest fast food chain, has over 38,000 restaurants across 120 countries. In 2018, it had approximately $21.0 billion in sales.

    By Rekha Khandelwal, CFA
  • Consumer

    Why Dunkin’ Brands is a unique player in a maturing industry

    Dunkin’ Donuts’ main competitor on the coffee sales front is Starbucks, which sells coffee from its company-owned fleet of retail locations.

    By Matthew Krikorian
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Must-Know: McDonald’s Has Got Tough Competition

    McDonald’s (MCD) competition includes large international and national food chains as well as regional and local retailers of food products.

    By Rekha Khandelwal, CFA
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Investing in Restaurant Stocks: Tailwinds and Challenges

    You could consider investing in restaurant stocks, given the solid fundamentals in the sector and the macroeconomic tailwinds favoring the industry.

    By Shelly Vinson
  • Consumer

    Starbucks revenues: Why customers are willing to pay a premium

    Starbucks’ revenue mix is weighted in favor of beverages. This should come as no shock, considering the firm’s roots trace back to a single coffee shop at Pike’s Place Market in Seattle.

    By Matthew Krikorian
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Chipotle Mexican Grill’s 3 key risks

    Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) is exposed to three primary risks: price risk, interest rate risk, and currency risk.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Key restaurant industry formats: The casual dining business

    Contrary to fast food restaurants, casual dining restaurants have a relaxed and casual ambiance with a lot of seating. They offer full table service and may also have a wine menu or full bar service.

    By Adam Jones
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    Earnings Report

    Mondelēz’s Stock: Why Do Most Analysts Rate It a ‘Buy’?

    Current recommendations As of January 30, 15 of 20 analysts covering Mondelēz International’s stock had a “buy” rating. Five analysts had a “hold” recommendation, and there were no “sell” recommendations. On January 5, 2017, Berenberg Bank initiated coverage on Mondelēz International’s stock with a “buy” rating and a price target of $51. Consensus “buy” rating […]

    By Sirisha Bhogaraju
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    How McDonald’s Wages and Major Costs Stack Up

    McDonald’s performance is sensitive to any changes in price levels—be it food, labor, or rent. So how much does it cost for McDonald’s to generate revenue?

    By Rekha Khandelwal, CFA
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    What Caused Bunge’s Legal Action against Egypt’s Grain Buyer?

    Bunge (BG) has a market capitalization of $8.1 billion. BG fell by 2.8% to close at $56.75 per share as of February 9, 2016.

    By Gabriel Kane
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    Earnings Report

    A Close Look at B&G Foods’ Operating Margins in Fiscal 4Q15

    B&G Foods (BGS) reported that operating margin for fiscal 4Q15 rose to 14.2% compared to 12.7% in 4Q14. Operating margin for fiscal 2015 was 17.8% compared to 13.6% in 2014.

    By Sushree Mohanty
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Wendy’s forward-looking guidance

    Management expects to reduce ~$8 million in general and administrative costs (or G&A) in the first quarter of 2015. The adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (or EBITDA) is expected to be further reduced by $5 million in 2015.

    By Adam Jones
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    Consumer

    Why Boston Beer Company is playing the Japanese car strategy card

    Investors shouldn’t only expect Boston Beer Company’s sales growth of approximately 17% to translate into equal growth in earnings.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    McDonald’s Supply Chain: A Must-Know for Investors

    With over 38,000 restaurants, McDonald’s doesn’t make any of its products. Instead, it contracts with suppliers to meet its massive requirements.

    By Rekha Khandelwal, CFA
  • Consumer

    Why it’s important to understand Noodles and Co.

    Noodles & Company (or NDLS) was founded in 1995. It’s a fast-casual restaurant chain that serves classic noodle and pasta dishes.

    By Katie Dale
  • Consumer

    What is the outlook for the restaurant industry?

    In August, the Restaurant Performance Index stood at 101.9, an increase of 1% from July, which was its first gain in three months.

    By Katie Dale
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    McDonald’s Menu Struggles to Shed Its Junk Food Rep

    Despite health-related controversies, fast food companies such as McDonald’s maintain that they provide consumers with choice and convenience.

    By Rekha Khandelwal, CFA
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Chipotle Mexican Grill’s testing the catering business

    Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) launched its catering service, which is intended to increase the overall sales and improve operating leverage. Restaurants have been looking to increase the operating leverage by boosting sales during nonpeak hours.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Why Chipotle Mexican Grill’s quarterly same-store sales spiked

    Chipotle Mexican Grill’s (CMG) same-store sales increased by 17.3% year-over-year in the second quarter. The increase in same-store sales also resulted in average sales per restaurant of $2.3 million.

    By Adam Jones
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    Consumer

    Boston Beer Company: An introduction to better beer business

    Boston Beer Company Inc. (SAM) is the largest craft brewer in the United States, having sold ~2.7 million barrels of proprietary core brand products.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Consumer

    What Analysts Think of Sprouts Farmers Market

    There were no recommendation changes from Wall Street analysts on Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM) after its 4Q17 results.

    By Sonya Bells
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    Consumer

    SFM’s Management Looks for More than a 20% Earnings Jump in 2018

    After delivering a 15% year-over-year rise in 2017, Sprouts’ management now expects an 11.5%–12.5% YoY rise in its 2018 net sales.

    By Sonya Bells
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    Consumer

    Sprouts Farmers Market Largely in Line with Expectations in 4Q17

    Phoenix, Arizona-based Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM) reported its 4Q17 results February 22, 2018.

    By Sonya Bells
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    Consumer

    Sprouts Farmers Market: 4Q17 Earnings Preview

    Sprouts Farmers Market is scheduled to release its 4Q17 results on February 22, 2018, for the three months ending on December 31, 2017.

    By Sonya Bells
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    Consumer

    What Rising Consumer Goods and Material Orders Signal

    Manufacturers’ new orders for consumer goods and materials New orders for consumer goods and materials give investors an insight into the demand for goods and form an important constituent of the Conference Board LEI (Leading Economic Index). Changes to demand in the consumer goods sector impact the performance of FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) companies, which include large retailers such […]

    By Ricky Cove
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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    How Many Americans Quit Their Jobs in August?

    As per the latest JOLTS report, about 2.1 million Americans quit their jobs voluntarily in August, which was a decrease of 70,000 from the previous reading.

    By Ricky Cove
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    Consumer

    Sprouts Farmers Market’s 2Q17 Earnings Rose 16%

    SFM’s top line is expected to grow 13%–14% based on its sales comp growth of 1.5%–2.0% and 32 new store openings.

    By Sonya Bells
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    Consumer

    Sprouts Farmers Market’s 2Q17 Earnings Beat: Top, Bottom Lines Up

    Phoenix, Arizona–based Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM) reported its 2Q17 results on August 3. Total sales for SFM increased 15% year-over-year to $1.2 billion, $17.0 million more than consensus estimates.

    By Sonya Bells
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    Earnings Report

    What’s Eating Kroger’s Sales Comps?

    Kroger (KR) has done reasonably well lately, having survived an intensely competitive retailing environment over the past few years.

    By Sonya Bells
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    Earnings Report

    What Impacted Constellation Brands’ 4Q Wine and Spirits Sales?

    In the full-year fiscal 2017, Constellation Brands’ Wine and Spirits segment’s sales rose 6.0% to $3.1 billion.

    By Sirisha Bhogaraju
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    Miscellaneous

    Why Has Mondelēz International Been Rising for Two Months?

    Mondelēz International’s (MDLZ) stock rose 3.6% to $44.32 per share on October 26, 2016, after the announcement of the company’s 3Q16 results.

    By Gabriel Kane
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    Earnings Report

    With Phenomenex, Danaher Has an Attractive Consumables Asset

    On October 12, Danaher announced its an agreement to acquire Phenomenex, a privately held manufacturer of separation and purification consumables.

    By Shannon Black
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Pall Acquisition Gave Birth to Danaher’s Filtration Business

    Danaher’s filtration business came into existence through the acquisition of Pall in 2015.

    By Shannon Black
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    Consumer

    What Benefited Tyson Foods’ Performance in 2Q16?

    Tyson reported its financial results for fiscal 2Q16 on May 9. Earnings continued the positive growth trend in the second quarter.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Consumer

    Archer Daniels Midland’s Valuation before Its 2Q16 Earnings

    Archer Daniels Midland is trading at a higher PE multiple of 15.3x over its forward 12-month EPS—compared to Bunge as of July 25, 2016.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Consumer

    What Challenged Archer Daniels Midland’s Results in 1Q16?

    Archer Daniels Midland didn’t have a great start to 2016. Earnings fell 45% YoY in the first quarter. The adjusted EPS came in around $0.42 for the first quarter.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Consumer

    How Did Cal-Maine’s Specialty Egg Business Perform in 4Q16?

    Cal-Maine Foods (CALM) is strategizing to pursue additional opportunities to market and sell specialty eggs due to changing consumer demand trends.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Consumer

    Ingredion’s Valuation Multiple ahead of 2Q16 Earnings

    A forward PE valuation multiple indicates how much an investor is willing to pay over the company’s EPS for the next four quarters. Ingredion’s valuation rose 13% since fiscal 1Q16.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Earnings Report

    What Will Hurt Mead Johnson’s 2Q16 Revenue?

    Analysts are expecting Mead Johnson’s revenue to be $964 million for 2Q16. That’s a fall of 7% compared to 2Q15 revenues of $1.0 billion.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Consumer

    Did Oreo Cookies, Trident Gum Sales Boost Mondelez’s 2Q Earnings?

    Mondelez International (MDLZ), maker of Cadbury chocolates and Oreo cookies, is all set to report its fiscal 2Q16 earnings results on July 27 before the market opens.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Miscellaneous

    Why Are So Many Analysts Rating B&G Foods a ‘Hold’?

    Approximately 78% of analysts rate B&G Foods a “hold,” and 22% rate it a “buy.” None of the analysts rate it a “sell.”

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Earnings Report

    What Are Wall Street Analysts’ Recommendations for ConAgra?

    The average broker target price for ConAgra has risen slightly to $50.60 from $50.27. This 5% higher than ConAgra’s closing price of $47.91 on June 23.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Earnings Report

    Will Divestiture Help ConAgra Foods Drive Its Growth?

    ConAgra Foods (CAG) will report its fiscal 4Q16 and fiscal 2016 earnings before markets open on June 30, 2016. It has recent divestiture and expansion news.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    How Is Bunge’s Environmental, Social, and Governance Score?

    Bunge (BG) has had the highest ESG score among its peers for the last five years.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Earnings Report

    Tyson Foods’ Updated Guidance for Fiscal 2016

    Tyson Foods expects to increase share repurchases under its share repurchase program. The company has repurchased ~3.0 million shares for $200 million so far in fiscal 3Q16.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Earnings Report

    Did WhiteWave Foods’ Revenue Meet Expectations in 4Q15?

    WhiteWave Foods (WWAV) was expected to report revenue of $1,034 million for 4Q15, a rise of 13.5% YoY (year-over-year). The company reported $1,027 million, an increase of ~13% compared to 4Q14.

    By Sushree Mohanty
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Sizing up Papa John’s Management and Board of Directors

    John H. Schnatter is the founder of Papa John’s and currently serves as the company’s chair and CEO. Steve M. Ritchie is the company’s President and COO.

    By Rajiv Nanjapla
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Why Papa John’s Leads the Pack in Technology Implementation

    Papa John’s was first to introduce online ordering at all of its US delivery restaurants in 2001 as well as first to introduce SMS text ordering in 2007.

    By Rajiv Nanjapla
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Assessing Papa John’s Key Revenue Ingredients: Same-Store Sales and Unit Growth

    Papa John’s same-store sales at the company-owned restaurants increased by 8.2% in 2014, compared to 6.6% in 2013.

    By Rajiv Nanjapla
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    A Recipe for Growth: Reading Papa John’s Franchise-Heavy Model

    Papa John’s was operating 4,663 restaurants at the end of 2014, only 735 of which are company-owned. The remaining 3,928 are franchise-operated restaurants.

    By Rajiv Nanjapla
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    Earnings Report

    Post Holdings’ Revenue and Income Rise in Fiscal 4Q15

    After its fiscal 4Q15 earnings report, Post Holdings fell by 2.2% to close at $61.99 per share as of November 23, 2015.

    By Gabriel Kane
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    Earnings Report

    Flowers Foods Reports Mixed Results for 3Q15

    Flowers Foods has a market cap of $5.6 billion. Flowers Foods’ year-to-date price movement has been rising quarter-over-quarter in 2015.

    By Gabriel Kane
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    Earnings Report

    Archer Daniels Midland’s Stock Reacts to Unimpressive Results

    In November, Archer Daniels Midland reported its 3Q15 results. The company’s stock didn’t react well to the results, falling by 7% and closing at $43.15.

    By Sushree Mohanty
  • Consumer

    How Burger King is financing its Tim Hortons acquisition

    The Tim Hortons (THI) acquisition’s value of about $12.5 billion is more than Burger King’s (BKW) market capitalization of $10.9 billion as of August 26.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Why Starbucks is a healthy dividend stock

    Starbucks (SBUX) has a dividend yield of 1.34% as of 3Q14. Wall Street analysts estimate this dividend yield to be higher in 4Q14 at 1.5%. To understand the health of dividend pay-out, dividend coverage ratio comes in handy. It’s calculated as the earnings per share (or EPS) over dividend per share.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Why Starbucks is focusing on sales leverage

    The cost of goods sold for cost of operations includes occupancy costs. Together, the costs accounted for 41.2% of sales in the quarter compared to 42.8% in the same quarter last year. Cost of sales decreased by 1.6% due to lower commodity costs of coffee. The cost of sales decreased another 0.5% due to sales leverage.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Starbucks’ key value metrics—traffic and ticket

    As the name suggests, an increase in traffic means more customers are visiting stores. An increase in ticket means the average check paid by the customer is higher. Starbucks (SBUX) reported overall customer traffic of 2% in the quarter compared to 7% in the same quarter last year.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Starbucks’ key value metrics—same-store sales

    Same-store sales are one of the important drivers in the restaurant industry. Same-store sales directly drives the revenues. It measures the percentage change in the revenues generated by existing restaurant locations over the same period last year.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Why Wendy’s is selling its company-owned restaurants

    Wendy’s announced that it intended to sell 425 company-owned restaurants by the first quarter of 2014. Since 2013, the company has sold 418 restaurants in the U.S. market. Wendy’s is on track to almost achieving the set goal.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Must-know: The costs of McDonalds’ key metrics

    Franchise margins declined by 0.6% to 82.2% in 2Q14 due to an increase in rents and depreciation expense along with franchising—company operated margins also declined by 0.6% to 17.1% over the same period.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Key metrics in McDonalds’ quarterly earnings

    McDonald’s reported flat global comparable sales and negative comparable guest count for 2Q14, which is concerning from a long-term income growth perspective.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Important food cost issues facing the restaurant industry

    Food cost is one of the most important factors contributing to the overall cost of a restaurant business. Some of the major ingredients restaurants use are beef, chicken, cheese, and pork products.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Why marketing and advertising are so important for restaurants

    Mainstream channels of marketing—like radio, TV, and print ads—are still common. But many restaurant chains have also used social media to increase their brand presence.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Important pros and cons of the company-operated restaurant model

    In the last part of this series, we looked at the franchise model. Let’s now take a look at the company-operated restaurant model.

    By Adam Jones
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    Consumer

    Important pros and cons of the franchise restaurant model

    The most common business models in the restaurant industry are for franchised and company-operated restaurants. Let’s look at the franchise model in closer detail.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Key restaurant industry formats: The fast food business

    Fast food restaurants, as the name suggests, specialize in serving food they can prepare and serve quickly. Fast food restaurants have no table service, like at McDonald’s (MCD).

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Overview: Assessing the restaurant industry business model

    Restaurants are simple businesses. Because we have to eat every day, people often think the restaurant industry is a safe one to invest in.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Why restaurants are so important to investors

    According to the USDA, Economic Research Service, the food-away-from-home (or FAFH) category amounted to 42% of household expenditure in 2012.

    By Adam Jones
  • Consumer

    Must know: How coffee price affected Dunkin’ Brands

    The performance of the coffee industry as a whole is less affected by coffee commodity price movements than the typical investor might expect.

    By Matthew Krikorian
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    Consumer

    Even with ~20,000 stores worldwide, Starbucks has room to grow

    Perhaps one explanation for Starbucks Corp.’s (SBUX) lower store count growth is the company’s sheer size. This means the number of stores that Starbucks could open going forward could be limited.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Consumer

    Why food will become more important to Starbucks’ future growth

    As a primary coffee retailer, food has been a relatively minor part of Starbucks Corp.’s (SBUX) focus in the past. But lately, Starbucks has been expanding its product offerings for food.

    By Xun Yao Chen
  • Consumer

    International presence: Dunkin’ brands’ positive global outlook

    Dunkin’ Brands have had an international presence since 1961’s introduction into the Canadian market. Currently, their key markets for both brands are in Asia and the Middle East.

    By Matthew Krikorian
  • Consumer

    An industry advantage: Dunkin’ Brands’ operating costs are dieting

    Dunkin’ Brands has a very low capital requirement relative to the rest of the coffee retail industry. This is due to its business model, centered around establishing franchises across the world.

    By Matthew Krikorian
  • Consumer

    Must-know: Dunkin’ Brands is innovating the supply chain

    Dunkin’ Brands Group doesn’t typically supply products to its franchises. Revenues derive from royalty fees as opposed to product distribution.

    By Matthew Krikorian
  • Consumer

    Why does “the Starbucks Experience” influence consumers?

    In addition to international expansion, Starbucks executives push the importance of the consumer experience. Essentially, the firm is dynamically changing its impressions by always offering something new.

    By Matthew Krikorian
  • Consumer

    Must-know risks: Why Starbucks should hedge its shrubs

    Starbucks indicates that it uses derivative contracts to hedge commodity price risks. These contracts typically don’t have a lifespan longer than five years.

    By Matthew Krikorian
  • Consumer

    A Starbucks on every corner: A guide to the SBUX business model

    This business model has allowed Starbucks to be the first coffee firm to put retail locations in each of the BRIC nations and many more.

    By Matthew Krikorian
  • Consumer

    Business overview: Why Starbucks deserves your attention

    Starbucks began in 1971 as a single coffee shop in Seattle. Today, it’s the world largest coffee retailer, with over 19,000 locations in more than 60 countries (as of FY2013 end).

    By Matthew Krikorian
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    Consumer

    Investor cheat sheet: Boston Beer Co. and peers’ ups and downs

    Even compared to a smaller craft beer company, Craft Brew Alliance Inc., Boston Beer Company has thrown out an impressive 20.6% over the last 12 months.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Consumer

    Is craft better? Boston Beer Company’s high-quality ingredients

    The four main ingredients that Boston Beer Company uses are malt, hops, yeast, and apples. Malts, hops, and yeast are part of most beer-making processes.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Consumer

    Why Boston Beer Company’s diverse board drives its innovation

    The composition of a company’s board is often overlooked, but people and talent are two important factors that drive value.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Consumer

    Why craft beer attracts Millennials and consumers with momentum

    As the image of drinking premium beer is one of the key product offerings of the “better beer” category, advertising is crucial.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Consumer

    Why Boston Beer Company and peers’ beer distribution is important

    Like other brewers in the United States, Boston Beer Company (SAM) sells its products to distributors and wholesalers, which in turn sell to retailers.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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    Consumer

    The rise of craft beer: Boston Beer Company and Samuel Adams

    Craft beer consumption is on the rise, as drinkers are going for more premium products these days. Boston Beer Company (SAM) stands to benefit.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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