Usually in the summer when the products available are not as suitable for the warmer climate. Garby seemed fairly positive this week in regards to overall growth for the year. Again I appreciate people expect this and it may not be enough but correct direction. The category growth needs to be done and now support brands have a home with the increase in the discount store! Seems quite appropriate really, brands don't all like venturing too far into discount stores whereas premier already has a raft of support brands that can do the trick.
There must be a bond or equity raising, question is at that point whether it's worth entering. The business might continue to grow and increase in strength which then makes it worth investing!
Thankfully the SP recovery today to finish up shows ''classic'' signs of profit taking being the ''culprit'' However, with PF you never know!!! Can remember Thomas Cook doing the same thing and if the ''omens'' are anything to go by, this could also become a ''10 bagger'' so I hope!!! had one beer too many in this heat!!! GOODNIGHT
After initial drop to 80p mainly as some traders banked profits from the latest surge we have seen some nice push up....IMHO this will underpin the uptrend momentum towards the end of the year. GLA....
As an ex Hovis employee with over 40 years service, I agree that the possibility of producing a low GI low would fit well in the Hovis portfolio. Our local baker produces an excellent GI loaf that would be easily replicated on a large scale.With the growth in numbers of people needing this sort of product there should be a good market. Go for it Hovis before Warburtons get in first as they did with Gluten free.
Hovis needs to release a RYE bread, low GI type of bread.
Many healthy eaters are put off bread because bread has a GI value, even though it may be full of wheat, oats and low in fat, High GI means the starch and sugars in the bread raise insulin levels causing spikes, which increases body fat.
I think therefore they should introduce Rye Bread to their range or come up with some low GI version of bread, at a price cheaper than all the organic expensive loafs currently on the market, they would take up market share fast.
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