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August 04, 2011 08:41 ET

Analyst Research on AgFeed Industries Inc. and Campbell Soup Co. - Rising Global Food Costs an Issue for Processed & Packaged Goods

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - Aug 4, 2011) - www.stockcall.com/ offers investors comprehensive research on the Processed & Packaged Goods industry and has completed analytical research on AgFeed Industries Inc. (NASDAQ: FEED) and Campbell Soup Co. (NYSE: CPB). Register with us today at www.stockcall.com/ to have free access to these researches.

Companies in the Processed & Packaged Goods sector have been dealing with a rise in global food costs in recent times. For retail and consumer food goods companies like Campbell Soup Co., rising food and commodities costs along with a weak dollar and a sluggish economy have been negatives for the company which is down over seven percent over the last year. Investors can register for free to access the research report on Campbell Soup Co. at www.stockcall.com/CPB040811.pdf.

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Companies that process animal products like Chinese animal feed and hog producer AgFeed Industries Inc. have been both hurt and helped by the rise in food prices. The price companies like AgFeed pay for basic materials for animal feed have risen with commodity prices which could be detrimental to their bottom-line. Investors can register for free to access the research report on AgFeed Industries Inc. at www.stockcall.com/FEED040811.pdf.

But, along with commodity prices, pork prices have skyrocketed as well, helping companies in the pork production business to get more for the hogs they produce. The Chinese government is stepping in to stem the rising pork price by subsidizing pork farmers in an attempt to increase supply. The rising price of pork has contributed greatly to China's inflation problems, but the problem may finally be getting under control, as Chinese pork prices recently fell slightly from their three year high. Register now at https://stockcall.com/development/stockcall/page.php?name=register.html to have free access to our reports on the Processed & Packaged Goods industry.

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