Beyond Meat stock tumbles as analysts worry about its long-term growth


A package of Beyond Meat beef crumbles is displayed for a photograph in Tiskilwa, Illinois, April 23, 2019.

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Beyond Meat’s stock cratered 17% in morning trading Thursday as Wall Street voiced doubts about the company’s growth prospects.

The plant-based meat maker reported disappointing third-quarter results after the bell on Wednesday. Its loss was wider than expected, while revenue fell short of expectations, even after a warning from the company last month. Beyond also issued a gloomy outlook that indicated sales wouldn’t snap back immediately.

Jefferies called it “the quarter that likely broke the camel’s back.” Bernstein analyst Alexia Howard


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