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High Liner Foods: Top 10 Undervalued Consumer Packaged Goods Industry Stocks (HLF)

The Globe and Mail - Sat Jun 17, 2023
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High Liner Foods is now ranked among the top 10 undervalued stocks in the Consumer Packaged Goods industry on the Toronto Stock Exchange or TSX Venture Exchange. A stock is considered undervalued if it trades at a discount to its valuation – a calculation used to determine the intrinsic (true) worth of a company. Valuation methodology provided by Stockcalc (see below).

Consumer Packaged Goods: Companies that manufacture and refine raw sugar, syrup or finished cane and beet sugar, candy and chewing gum, chocolate, and cocoa products. Stocks in this category are held primarily for capital appreciation.

SymbolNameClose Price ($)Valuation ($)DifferenceAverage Vol (30D)Market Cap ($M)Yield (%)P/E Ratio
POND-XPond Technologies Hldgs0.050.070.02
MAV-TMAV Beauty Brands0.30.50.2
JTR-H-XGreenSpace Brands0.010.010
HLF-THigh Liner Foods14.0521.297.24
NSP-XNaturally Splendid0.020.060.04
BGA-XBioNeutra Glb0.030.040.01
BU-TBurcon NutraScience0.180.230.05
GLG-TGLG Life Tech0.050.060.01
WLCO-XWell Told Co0.010.010
VEG-XSol Cuisine2.052.990.94

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All data provided as-at market close June 15, 2023. The list is sorted by stocks with the greatest percentage difference between valuation and price. High Liner Foods High Liner Foods is listed under HLF on the Toronto Stock Exchange.


StockCalc is a Canadian fintech company specializing in fundamental valuations for North American stocks and ETFs. StockCalc valuations ( can help determine if a stock is undervalued. StockCalc's Weighted Average Valuation (WAV) is based on a proprietary calculation using model and analyst inputs, including: Discounted Cash Flow (DCF), Price & Other Comparables, Multiples, Adjusted Book Value (ABV) and Analyst Consensus

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