Pierce Hollingsworth

We’re in for quite a ride in this, the actual first year of the New Millennium, with a chilly economy, an uncertain political climate, and volatile consumers. But these factors don’t necessarily bode ill for the U.S. food industry. In fact, the cooler economy brought about by the fall of high-flying tech stocks in late 2000 has actually breathed new life into food company stocks. Here’s what we can expect:
• The Economy. The economy appears to be cooling off. Consequently, the Federal Reserve Boa…

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