NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Green Mountain Coffee Roasters ( GMCR), Jarden ( JAH), Deckers Outdoor ( DECK), Tyson Foods ( TSN), Whirlpool ( WHR), Phillips-Van Heusen ( PVH), HanesBrands ( HBI), Fossil ( FOSL), Central European Distribution ( CEDC) and Lorillard ( LO) are consumer stocks that could appreciate significantly in the coming year, at least according to analysts' consensus estimates.

These 10 stocks have market caps of up to $12 billion and returned an average of 23% over the past year. The percentage of analysts giving each stock a buy rating ranges from 44% to 77%.

Analysts' consensus estimates indicate potential upside of 15% to 102% these stocks over the next year. However, Central European Distribution had a poor quarter in December, hampered by higher impairments. The stock corrected heavily in the last few days. Investors with risk appetite can consider the stock as the company is expected to provide good returns from current levels, even though it remains bogged down by lofty debt levels and a tepid earnings outlook.

In comparison, analysts' price targets for frontline stocks like The Procter & Gamble Company ( PG), Nike ( NKE), Unilever ( UL), Kraft Foods ( KFT) and Sony ( SNE) imply upside of 11%-22%, based on strong fundamentals.

The stocks are listed in ascending order of upside implied by consensus analyst estimates.

10. Lorillard ( LO) is one of the largest cigarette manufacturers in the U.S. Newport is the company's menthol-flavored premium cigarette brand and contributes around 90% of Lorillard's revenue.

During the fourth quarter of 2010, net revenue increased to $5.9 billion, up 3.4% year over year. Higher net unit sales volume and enhanced average unit prices facilitated sales growth.

During 2010, Lorillard's domestic wholesale unit shipments were up 5.3% vs. an estimated industry decline of 3.8%. Newport's domestic wholesale shipments grew 2.5% year over year in 2010, compared with 2009.

Net income for 2010 fourth quarter was $259 million, compared with $242 million during the year-ago quarter.

Gross profit stood at $2.1 billion, compared with $1.91 billion in 2009, attributable to an increase in net sales, although it was partially offset by higher costs.

The stock is trading with a price-to-earnings ratio of 10.3, based on estimated 2011 earnings. Fifty-five percent of analysts covering the stock rate it a buy.

9. Fossil ( FOSL) designs, markets and distributes fashion accessories, including a line of men's and women's fashion watches and jewelry, handbags, small leather goods, belts, sunglasses and footwear. Fossil has stores in the U.S. and 120 other countries.

During the fourth quarter of 2010, net sales were were $701 million, up 33% from $528 million a year before. Gross profits increased 35% to $400 million during the same period.

Operating income rose 39% year over year to $149.5 million, while net income jumped 38% to $96.7 million during the same period.

The management is on a performance-improvement drive. Mike Kovar, Fossil's CFO, said in a press release, "We surpassed the $2 billion mark in net sales for the year and achieved an operating margin of 18.5%, surpassing our stated long-term target of 17%." The stock is trading with a forward P/E of 17.6.

8. Tyson Foods ( TSN) sells meat products like chicken and pork throughout the U.S. and more than 100 countries.

During the first quarter of 2011, net revenue improved 14.8% to $7.6 million, while the company's operating margin was 6.5%.

Commenting on the financials, Donnie Smith, CEO of Tyson Foods, said in a press statement, "The Chicken, Beef and Pork segments produced operating income in or above their normalized ranges. With strong operating cash flows, we reduced our net debt to a 10-year low of $1.4 billion, down $132 million from the fiscal fourth quarter of 2010. Return on invested capital was strong at 26%."

For 2011, management expects overall protein production to increase in the U.S., while higher exports vs. 2010 should boost pricing in the U.S. markets. The stock has appreciated 8.5% during the last year and is trading with a price-to-earnings ratio of 9, based on estimated 2011 earnings.

7. Green Mountain Coffee Roasters ( GMCR) sells specialty coffee through its Specialty Coffee business unit (or SCBU) and manufactures single-cup coffeemakers in its Keurig business unit.

For the first quarter of fiscal 2011, revenue jumped 67% year over year to $575 million. The SCBU segment's revenue grew 65% to $219 million, while the Keurig segment's net sales were up 63% to $345 million.

On potential opportunities, Lawrence J. Blanford, GMCR's president and CEO, said in a press statement, "With increasing consumer adoption, the Keurig Single-Cup Brewing System, our growing family of brands, and K-Cup portion pack products are changing the way North America prepares and enjoys its coffee and other beverages."

The company's gross profit improved 51% year-over-year to $144 million, while net income decreased $2.2 million during the first quarter of 2011 from $10.1 million in the prior year period.

The stock is trading with a P/E of 23.6, based on estimated 2012 earnings.

6. Jarden ( JAH) is a global consumer products company operating in segments like Outdoor Solutions, Consumer Solutions and Branded Consumables.

For the final quarter of 2010, net revenue was up 21% to $1.7 billion from $1.4 billion a year before. Net income stood at $46.7 million, compared with $1.2 million for the same quarter a year before.

Reviewing the quarterly performance, Martin E. Franklin, Jarden's CEO, said in a press release, "We reported exceptional organic growth of 7%, both for the quarter and the full year, which was well above our goal of 3%-5%. This revenue growth, combined with the acquisitions completed during the year and our ability to leverage our operating platform to help offset macro cost increases, allowed us to produce record earnings and generate substantial free cash flow during the fourth quarter."

The stock is trading with a P/E of 10.1 based on estimated 2011 earnings.

5. Deckers Outdoor ( DECK) is engaged in designing, producing, marketing and brand-managing footwear and accessories.

During the fourth of 2010, net revenue increased 24% to $430 million from $348 million during the same period last year. Gross margins grew 4.4% year over year to 54.2%, and net income increased 30.5%.

The company's performance for full-year 2010 was impressive, with net sales crossing the $1 billion mark, up 23% year over year, on the back of its UGG and Teva brands.

Angel Martinez, the company's CEO, said in a press statement, "2011 will be an investment year for Deckers as we strengthen the foundation for future long-term growth. While these distribution enhancements and additional expenditures will have a near-term impact on our earnings, we are confident we can deliver strong sales growth, improved margins, and greater expense leverage in the years ahead."

The stock trades with a P/E of 19.7 based on estimated 2011 earnings.

4. Whirlpool ( WHR) manufactures and markets a range of home appliances such as washing machines, refrigerators, cooking ranges, dishwashers, mixers and other small household appliances.

During the fourth quarter of 2010, net earnings came in at $171 million, compared with $95 million reported during the same period last year. Net profitability improved on cost reductions and higher productivity.

The company reported annual net sales of $18.4 billion, up 7% from the prior year. North American and European sales were negative, with revenue plummeting 1% and 4%, respectively. Net sales for Latin America and Asia were up 18% and 9%, respectively.

For 2011, Jeff M. Fettig, Whirlpool's CEO, said in a press statement, "We expect positive but uneven demand levels around the world. Raw material inflation is driving costs higher and we expect to mitigate these costs with improvements in cost productivity, innovation and recently announced price increases."

The stock is trading with a P/E of 8.1 based on estimated 2011 earnings.

3. Phillips-Van Heusen ( PVH) is an apparel company, owning and marketing the iconic Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger range of shirt brands worldwide.

Earlier in February, the company licensed Arvind Mills to manufacture and market men's, women's and boys' apparel and accessories under the IZOD brand in India, as well as in the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

For the fourth quarter of 2010, the company's estimated non-GAAP earnings were 82 cents per share, compared with the prior year's fourth-quarter EPS of 61 cents.

GAAP EPS for the fourth quarter are estimated at 69 cents, compared 51 cents a year before. Total revenue for the fourth quarter is estimated at $1.37 billion.

The stock appreciated 35% during the last year, and on average, analysts expect the stock to deliver upside of 33% over the next one year. The stock is currently trading at a P/E of 15.2 based on 2011 estimated earnings.

2. HanesBrands ( HBI) is a consumer goods company with a portfolio of apparel brands including Hanes, Champion, Playtex and Bali.

For the fourth quarter, revenue increased 11.2% year over year to $4.33 billion, driven by significant market share gains. Earnings per share stood at $2.16, compared with 54 cents last year, and exceeded the company's guidance on lower-than-expected expenses related to debt refinancing.

On the growth strategy, Richard A. Noll, Hanes' CEO, said in a press statement, "Our growth platform is working and we are focused on continued share gains. With our strong brands and global supply chain, we are in good position to address the challenges of inflation with our retail partners and continue increasing sales and market share."

For 2011, Hanes expects double-digit growth with projected net sales of around $4.85 billion to $5 billion and EPS in the range of $2.60-$2.80. Among analysts covering the stock, 75% rate it a buy, and based on consensus price targets, the stock has upside potential of 33%. So it looks like a good bet over the next year. The stock is trading at a P/E of 9.7, based on estimated 2011 earnings.

1. Central European Distribution ( CEDC) is a maker of alcoholic beverages including vodka.

For 2010, net revenue stood at $712 million, compared with $689 million reported in 2009. Net sales for the fourth quarter of 2010 were $228 million, compared with $255 million for the same period in 2009. However, higher impairment charges pushed the company into losses, and its net loss stood at $103 million for the quarter.

After the results, William Carey, the company's president and CEO, said in a press statement, "Although we are coming off of a disappointing 2010, which included a number of unplanned events that have had a substantial effect on our overall profitability for 2010, we are encouraged to see that our market shares in our core markets are increasing, especially in Poland."

The company announced its full-year 2011 net sales guidance of $880 million to $1,080 million, and its full-year EPS guidance was $1.05-$1.25. The guidance includes the financial impact from the consolidation of the Whitehall Group's remaining stake in February 2011. The stock trades at a P/E of 12.5 based on estimated 2011 earnings.

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