Stock Price
34.95
Daily Change
-1.13%
Yearly
15.31%

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Peers Price Day Year
Nippon Suisan Kaisha 545.00 -5.00 -0.91% 23.58%
Meiji Holdings 7,040.00 -10.00 -0.14% -3.69%
Avi Ltd 7,741.00 6.00 0.08% 3.27%
B&G Foods 33.57 0.79 2.41% 18.92%
Farmer Brothers 7.38 0.08 1.10% 30.62%
Hershey 199.53 2.79 1.42% 34.40%
John B Sanfilippo Son 88.86 0.30 0.34% 11.58%
Landec 10.96 0.26 2.43% 1.20%
Lifeway Foods 5.20 -0.02 -0.38% -10.81%
Mondelez International 68.10 0.46 0.68% 19.01%
McCormick 96.35 0.84 0.88% 3.13%
Post 117.80 1.09 0.93% 19.21%
Tootsie Roll Industries 34.95 -0.40 -1.13% 15.31%

Indexes Price Day Year
US400 2783 -9.12 -0.33% 14.79%
US2000 2162 3.02 0.14% 1.85%

Tootsie Roll Industries
Tootsie Roll Industries, Inc. and its consolidated subsidiaries are engaged in the manufacture and sale of confectionery products. The Company operates in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The Company’s products are sold under the registered trademarks TOOTSIE ROLL, TOOTSIE POPS, CHILD’S PLAY, CARAMEL APPLE POPS, CHARMS, BLOW-POP, CHARMS MINI POPS, CELLA’S, DOTS, JUNIOR MINTS, CHARLESTON CHEW, SUGAR DADDY, SUGAR BABIES, ANDES, FLUFFY STUFF, DUBBLE BUBBLE, RAZZLES, CRY BABY, NIK-L-NIP, and TUTSI POP (Mexico). Its products are sold through approximately 30 food and grocery brokers and by the Company itself to customers throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. Its customers include wholesale distributors of candy, food and groceries, supermarkets, variety stores, dollar stores, chain grocers, drug chains, discount chains, cooperative grocery associations, mass merchandisers, warehouse and membership club stores, vending machine operators, and others.