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News & Analysis: General Mills
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Its pet food segment was the only one that grew last quarter.
The snack giant predicted stronger growth ahead despite a weak start to the fiscal year.
GIS earnings call for the period ending July 30, 2019.
The cereal, pet food, yogurt, and snack conglomerate started its new fiscal year with suboptimal sales but significantly improved its operating profit.
The stock market was lower as investors waited for the Federal Reserve to make its next move.
The cereal giant reports earnings results on Tuesday.
The consumer packaged-goods giant will need to drive core growth and maintain superlative cash flow generation to support current share-price gains.