BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Consumer-goods makers are some of analysts' least favorite companies. Still, there are great investments in the sector. Here are two of researchers' top picks. Both are expected to outperform indices by wide margins.2. Jarden (JAH - Get Report) makes niche consumer products, including plastic cutlery, matches, rope, twine, toothpicks and clothes pins. During the past three years, Jarden has increased revenue 10% annually, on average. It has a market value of $2.6 billion.
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