The Kraft Heinz Company has a stellar Q1 2021 with strong top-line growth and earnings beating Wall Street expectations. It was able to meet the target price from our previous report. Unlike many of its consumer goods peers such as Mondelez, Procter & Gamble, and Kimberly-Clark, the company was able to handle the higher input costs wonderfully and its organic sales growth was not only strong but also driven by a positive price volume mix. It is worth highlighting that the company’s organic sales climbed 2.5% despite the negative impact of Kraft Heinz exiting the McCafé licensing agreement. The company’s outlook was not too bad either as it expects a mid-single digit percentage increase in organic sales yet again in Q2 2021. Its efforts of divesting non-core assets (such as the nut business in the previous quarter) has shown a visibly positive impact in terms of the reduction of indirect expenses.
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