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Subject: HAIN interest after Food Inc Date: 11/29/2009 11:39 PM
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I'm curious if HAIN is getting more attention after the release of Food Inc? I have been looking for a larger organic food producer company. Many organic food producers are private or too small to take a chance on. HAIN seems like a comfortable size company, with a market cap approaching $1B.

What are HAIN's competitors? Not counting General Foods or Kraft, which only focus on organics in a very small part of their overall portfolio. I'm looking for a purer play on organic food distribution.

The price looks interesting, even though there was no profit in the last year. They are still pulling in enough revenue to have a P/S of .69 and P/B of 1.03. And a PE of 12.

Hope someone sees this!!

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