Since August of 2018, Domino’s pizza (NYSE: DPZ) has surged 125%, meaning investors have seen a windfall of roughly 42% per year. Even so, that performance pales in comparison to that of Gourmet Provisions International Corporation (OTC: GMPR), a micro cap pizza & salsa company that operates in Several countries. Over the same period, this stock has skyrocketed 700%, growing at a mind-boggling 233% per year.
After that massive run, it’s natural to wonder how much higher GMPR can rise. But this stock still has market-beating potential. Here’s why.
- The company lowered the Authorized Common Shares from 3 Billion to 275 Million.
- The company’s Wholly Owned Subsidiary, Jose Madrid Salsa (JMS), with their 28 Gourmet Salsas, are available NOW in 150+ grocery.
- The company’s Wholly Owned Subsidiary Pizza Fusion “Saving the Earth One Pizza at a Time” Gluten-Free Frozen Pizzas are now in stock and available at 50 grocery stores in Ohio & Pennsylvania.
- NASDAQ uplisting plans
According to a recent report, the global frozen pizza market was estimated at $11.11 billion in 2016, and is expected to reach $17.29 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 6.4% from 2017 to 2023.
With its gluten free pizzas, Gourmet Provisions International Corp. is well positioned to benefit from the fast growing global frozen pizza market
Gourmet Provisions International Corp. began with several pizza shops and has expanded and diversified through targeted acquisitions and partnerships to include other diversified food lines.
The company currently has four wholly owned subsidiaries:
- Jose Madrid Salsa
- Pizza Fusion
- Unique Tap House
- licensing agreement with Christopher Street Products.
Any investor who avoided GMPR over the past 3 months would be well served to take another look. Right now could well be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. But if you wait until the money is rolling in, the share price will likely have already risen to reflect a more traditional valuation and the opportunity for huge gains will be gone.
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