12/01/2012

Sysco: Dividend Idea Of The Week | Long-Term Dividend Growth Stock With 13.74% Upside

Weekly Dividend Stock Ideas Researched by The Dividend Yield WeeklyOur weekly dividend idea is the U.S. based foods wholesale company Sysco (SYY). 


Sysco Corporation (Sysco), along with its subsidiaries and divisions, is a North American distributor of food and related products primarily to the foodservice or food-away-from-home industry. The Company provides products and related services to approximately 400,000 customers, including restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, lodging establishments and other foodservice customers. Sysco provides food and related products to the foodservice or food-away-from-home industry. It has aggregated its operating companies into a number of segments, of which only Broadline and SYGMA are the main segments. Broadline operating companies distribute a line of food products and a variety of non-food products to their customers. SYGMA operating companies distribute a line of food products and a variety of non-food products to chain restaurant customer locations. In May 2011, it acquired Goldberg & Solovy Foods, Inc. (G&S). On October 3, 2012, the Company acquired Keelings Foods. More on Reuters here.

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