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Share Price: 45.50Bid: 45.50Ask: 45.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Prem Foods
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.55%Open: 45.50High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 45.50


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Dotnova
Posts: 172
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:39.00
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Fernie (simple as...)123
11 Aug '14
Had to smile when I saw that this clown has popped back out of his box! The Walter Mitty of the share world, down on PFD when he used to be a total advocate ('Feb 13 - topped up on PFD at 90p, total faith in MC etc!). Topped up on AMA at 50p despite being 30% down on them... now 20p! PFD only worth hanging onto as a break up / takeover share opportunity - the trading profit will drop as the brands need too much investment and the asset liabilities are too high.
 
Dotnova
Posts: 172
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:39.00
Fernie (simple as....)123
11 Aug '14
Had to smile when I saw that this clown has popped back out of his box! The Walter Mitty of the share world, down on PFD when he used to be a total advocate ('Feb 13 - topped up on PFD at 90p, total faith in MC etc!). Topped up on AMA at 50p despite being 30% down on them... now 20p! PFD only worth hanging onto as a break up / takeover share opportunity - the trading profit will drop as the brands need too much investment and the asset liabilities are too high.
mkwarriors
Posts: 1,737
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.25
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RE: What would you buy ???
10 Aug '14
We love Loyd Grossman sauces .... Tomato and Roasted Garlic is our fav
Reubenjames
Posts: 55
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.25
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RE: What would you buy ???
10 Aug '14
I can't imagine that you buy LG that often? So the others are occasional, I know that we have all bought shares but we do not spend much on PFD products. If you do please correct me.
Reubenjames
Posts: 55
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.25
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RE: reubenjames
10 Aug '14
OK Southcbubble, which are the really good products, name your top 10 please?
southcbubble
Posts: 715
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.25
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RE: reubenjames
10 Aug '14
I think the current directors, have been steering this ship in the wrong way for years, People do not really want cheap. They want a quality product and a reasonable price, The directors of PFD really do need to up there game. So what you need to do is improve the quality of the product and keep the price at a reasonable level, change the packaging so it looks very expensive. And be firm with the likes of Asda and the rest With a better product and better packaging you can sell your products for a lot more. For me Mr Kippling looks something straight off the conveyor belt, mass produced. You need to make your cakes look a lot better, they actually do need to look like the pictures that on the outside of the box. I think they have some really good products, but they are definately no selling them in the correct manner. They have gone down the selling everything cheap route, probably been battered down by the supermarkets who want to take all the profit. Come on directors of PFD, stop letting the likes of the big supermarkets get the better of you. A pack of Mr Kippling cakes 96p in Asda, how much are Asda making and more to the point how much is PFD making from each pack, if they are making less than Asda then something is very very wrong with this company.
mkwarriors
Posts: 1,737
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.25
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RE: What would you buy ???
10 Aug '14
we do buy mr kipplings, Cadbury and batchelors but just not as often as LG
Reubenjames
Posts: 55
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.25
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RE: reubenjames
10 Aug '14
Well I hope not but do feel that they are they are 1980's / 1990's instead of cutting edge, I am saying this after I have invested in the company but the more I look into the products the more I worry. Maybe Poundland etc are the only avenues of growth?
2reincarnated
Posts: 1,834
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.25
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reubenjames
10 Aug '14
out of date company? with brands like Mr Kipling, Ambrosia, Sharwoods, Lloyd Grossmans etc
Reubenjames
Posts: 55
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:38.25
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RE: What would you buy ???
10 Aug '14
Jules35 I am with you, Oxo cubes are great for adding to freshly cooked meals, I do not like Paxo but use it because some members of my family like it, apart from that I am deeply worried that I have bought shares in an out of date company.





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