Kellogg ( K) has managed to fare better this year. The $23 billion cereal maker has seen its share price run 13.5% higher in 2013, buoyed by strength in the consumer staples sector. Kellogg owns some of the most attractive names in the convenience food segment - cereal favorites like Special K, Frosted Flakes, and Rice Krispies round out a food portfolio that includes Keebler, Pringles, and Morningstar Farms. As long as Kellogg keeps innovating with new product offerings, it should be able to keep pushing its revenue numbers higher.
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