Grocery stores sell non-perishable and perishable food products, along with non-food products comprising general merchandise, health and beauty care, and pharmacy products. These companies are almost always structured as corporations. Grocery stores offer a wide variety of dividend yields, but the sector average tends to be slightly above that of the wider market.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|CASY||Casey's General Stores||1.08%||$96.72||$1.04||128.51||95.62|
|CBD||Companhia Brasileira de Distribuicao ADR (Sponsored) Repr Pfd Cl A |
|CORE||Core-Mark Holding Company, Inc.||2.17%||$18.41||$0.40||38.2||17.1|
|DEG||Delhaize Group |
|HTSI||Harris Teeter Supermarkets Inc||0.00%||$0.00||$0.00||49.9||35.31|
|VLGEA||Village Super Market, Inc.||3.41%||$29.34||$1.00||28.55||22.25|
|WFM||Whole Foods Market||0.00%||$42.00||$0.00||43.84||28.38|
|WMK||Weis Markets, Inc.||2.27%||$52.81||$1.20||58.75||31.26|
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