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More top-performing CAPS members are turning bullish on General Mills
During a recession, many consumers turn to value-oriented restaurants like McDonald’s
General Mills still sees strong sales on both ends of the price spectrum, including lower-priced brands like Hamburger Helper and higher-end Macaroni Grill pasta mixes. General Mills is also doing well competitively; Campbell Soup
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