10 food stocks with tasty potential

As their incomes rise, Chinese are demanding better and safer foods, providing an opening for international companies to expand their share of a growing market.

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Jun 14, 2013 2:10PM
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WALMART WILL BE THEIR BIGGEST CUSTOMER, AS EVERYONE KNOWS THEY LIKE TO BUY FROM CHINESE COMPANIES
Jun 14, 2013 3:54PM
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Wire Tapping every American.  OMG!  The hypocrite Democrats came unglued when Bush had legislation which allowed the governemt to GO TO A JUDGE AND SEPNA (spelling) specific library records.  The branded Bush a fascist and claimed the end of the Constitution.  Never mind that for several years under Obama the Democrats had complete control of the House and the SEnate, and if the PAtroit ACt really bothered them they could have repealed it.  HMM?  The lying sacks NEVER EVEN TRIED to repeal it.  They used if for political gain and kept the bill.

 

Now they have the phone records of every American phone call.  What happened to the lying sack Obama speech saying "there will be no warrantless wire tapping". 

 

So all you Progressives who were screaming about the insignificant (in comparison) Patriot Bill, where are you now!

 

I wish we had a Republican in the White House, because if we did, this phone scandle would be OVER BY NOW!  You hypocritical leftist would be ALL OVER THIS!!!!!

 

But hey ... whatever.

Jul 30, 2013 9:49AM
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Jim

 

Love to read the comments. I wonder if some of these people even read the article. I'll look your picks over. It's all scary now. I had so much profit, I recently sold UL and MKC. I'd love to see a drop before I got back in. I agree with you on the whole food angle.

 

I enjoyed this article. Having read the comments, I do have to agree with the fellow that Obozo is the biggest a-hole ever. I enjoy the jokes where George Bush says "Miss me now" and Jimmy Carter is smiling and says " Now I'm not the worse President we have ever had". Ahhh, but like the rest of them, I digress....

 

 

Jun 16, 2013 7:31AM
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I still think Sam Snead was the best golfer ever,  Sam won about 140 touraments world wide,  and Sam's ""total winnings"" for all those touraments was less than one half million dollars,   yes,  less than half million dollars for all those tournament wins added together.

 

And recently one single winner of one single tournament won almost 12 million dollars,   and,  each and every tournament the past years hand out from $1,000,000.  to $2,000,000. to the single winner.

 

And, we wonder what is wrong with this economy.  

 

THIS IS CRAZZZZZZZZZZZZZZYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!

Jun 26, 2013 10:29AM
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America will sell their mothers for  a profit.  I still cannot wrap my mind around the fact

that Smithfield was bought out by a Chinese company.  Many mothers in China   are

.buying their baby formula  in other countries.  Does that not tell you something about

the conditions of these factories  where foods are manufactured???

Jun 16, 2013 7:24AM
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Jubak,

 

I thought they fired you a long time ago.   I still got that job waiting for you on the farm but you will have to keep your mouth shut.  If you don't and stand too close behind the cows you might get a mouth full of what you are publishing.

Jun 13, 2013 10:26PM
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I hope the CROOKED BANKS and the STOCK MARKET CRASHES!!!!!!! You hear that Discover Card, Chase, BB@T, and Suntrust.......... ALL of you can go STRAIGHT to HELL......... And you too Obama-BASTARD!!!!!!
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