Mead Johnson Nutrition (MJN) Approaches New Downside Target of $75.67
Still available today, both resulted in crispy chicken without a greasy mess. Ive had many clients say, I dont know why I cant lose weight, I only eat chicken. I remind them that chicken can be a good choice, but how its cooked makes the difference. Consider how we prepare chicken besides frying: stir-fried with lots of oil, sauteed in lots of butter, baked in casseroles with cream of something soups, cooked in sauces with heavy cream, sour cream and high-fat cheeses. You can decrease fat by substituting lower-fat dairy products like 98 percent reduced-fat cream soups, 1 percent or 2 percent milk, sour creams, yogurts and cheeses. Use less butter, or substitute smaller amounts of tub margarine or olive oil. Fat-free salad dressings, barbecue sauce or wine are tasty for sauteing chicken, too. Some low-fat cooking methods might increase sodium.
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Investors may be interested in a cross of the next downside pivot targets of $75.67 and $74.27. Mead Johnson Nutrition has overhead space with shares priced $76.28, or 3.1% below the average consensus analyst price target of $78.75. Mead Johnson Nutrition shares have support at the 200-day moving average (MA) of $75.41 and additional support at the 50-day MA of $75.33. Over the past year, Mead Johnson Nutrition has traded in a range of $61.27 to $86.87 and is now at $76.28, 24% above that low.
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