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What: Shares of perishable food retailer The Fresh Market
So what: Higher revenue and margins helped Fresh Market breeze past Wall Street's first-quarter profit estimates, but given the big double-digit sell-off, it's obvious that Mr. Market is looking well past today's results. With management simply reaffirming -- and not raising -- its full-year profit outlook of between $1.01 and $1.05, investors might be worried that the company won't be able to sustain its seemingly lofty P/E.
Now what: I'd look into today's sell-off as a possible buying opportunity. While Fresh Market doesn't exactly have the scale of Whole Foods Market
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