On Aug. 3, Peet's Coffee and Tea (NASDAQ:PEET) released earnings for its 2005 second quarter ended July 3.

  • EPS of $0.18 and sales of $41.7 million both beat estimates, proving the specialty coffee maker's growth strategy is on track.
  • The company maintained full-year guidance of $173 million in revenue and $0.74 in per-stub income.

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