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    General Mills

    The sector has gotten beaten down lately with the whole fresh food theme. But I have a teenage daughter that eats a lot of cereal and Annies brands and I'm thinking the baby got thrown out with the bathwater on this one. 4.4% dividend yield and reasonable valuation. It won't be one you can retire on but seems like a good price for a slow grower with dividend reinvestment. Thoughts?

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    I don't know whats wrong with it, but thats an ugly chart. I could see starting to dip a toe in if I was in my 50's
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    That whole sector seems to be out of favor. I may start a small position and see where it goes. If we get a recession in 2020 then these may come back into vogue but who knows