Highlights and Quick Summary
- Operating Cash Flow Margin for the quarter ending February 27, 2021 was -11.78% (a -2281.48% decrease compared to previous quarter)
- Year-over-year quarterly Operating Cash Flow Margin increased by 44.72%
- Annual Operating Cash Flow Margin for 2020 was -2.89% (a -200.7% decrease from previous year)
- Annual Operating Cash Flow Margin for 2019 was 2.87% (a -23.87% decrease from previous year)
- Annual Operating Cash Flow Margin for 2018 was 3.77% (a -40.63% decrease from previous year)
- Twelve month Operating Cash Flow Margin ending February 27, 2021 was -2.09% (a -179.77% decrease compared to previous quarter)
- Twelve month trailing Operating Cash Flow Margin decreased by -27.68% year-over-year
Trailing Operating Cash Flow Margin for the last four month:
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Business Profile of Landec Corporation
Sector: Consumer Defensive
Industry: Packaged Foods
Landec Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, designs, develops, manufactures, and sells differentiated health and wellness products for food and biomaterials markets. It operates through Curation Foods and Lifecore segments. The Curation Foods segment engages in processing, marketing, and selling of vegetable-based salads, and fresh-cut and whole vegetable products primarily under the Eat Smart brand, O branded olive oils and wine vinegars, and Yucatan and Cabo Fresh guacamole and avocado food products, as well as various private labels. It serves retail grocery chains, club stores, and food service operators. The Lifecore segment engages in the manufacture of pharmaceutical-grade sodium hyaluronate (HA) in bulk form, as well as formulated and filled syringes and vials for injectable products used in treating a range of medical conditions and procedures. It also provides services, including technology transfer, material component changes, analytical method development, formulation development, pilot studies, stability studies, process validation, and production of materials for clinical studies to its partners for HA-based and non-HA based aseptically formulated and filled products. This segment sells its non-HA products for medical use primarily in the ophthalmic, orthopedic, and other markets. It sells its products directly to partners in the medical device and pharmaceutical markets. The company was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.