NASDAQ:PEET - Peet's Coffee & Tea Stock Price, News, & Analysis Sign in or create an account to add this stock to your watchlist. Get Started Previous CloseN/AToday's RangeN/A52-Week RangeN/AVolumeN/AAverage VolumeN/AMarket CapitalizationN/AP/E RatioN/ADividend YieldN/ABetaN/A ProfileDiscussionChartEarningsFinancialsHeadlinesSEC FilingsSocial Media Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on RedditShare on StocktwitsPrint this articleShare by Email Peet's Coffee & Tea, Inc. (Peet's) is a specialty coffee roaster and marketer of roasted coffee and tea. The Company sells its Peet's brand coffee and tea through multiple channels of distribution, including grocery stores, home delivery, office, restaurant and foodservice accounts and, in six states, Company-owned and operated stores. In addition, it sells Godiva Chocolatier brand coffees in its grocery channel. The Company operates its business through two segments: retail and specialty. As of January 1, 2012, it operated 196 retail stores in six states, through which it sells whole bean coffee, beverages and pastries, tea, and other related items. In October 2012, the Company was acquired by Joh. A. Benckiser. Receive PEET News and Ratings via Email Sign-up to receive the latest news and ratings for PEET and its competitors with MarketBeat's FREE daily newsletter. Industry, Sector and Symbol Stock Exchange NASDAQ Industry N/A Sub-IndustryN/A SectorN/A Current SymbolNASDAQ:PEET Previous Symbol CUSIPN/A Webwww.peets.com Phone+1-510-5942100Debt Debt-to-Equity RatioN/A Current RatioN/A Quick RatioN/APrice-To-Earnings Trailing P/E RatioN/A Forward P/E RatioN/A P/E GrowthN/A Sales & Book Value Annual SalesN/A Price / SalesN/A Cash FlowN/A Price / Cash FlowN/A Book ValueN/A Price / BookN/AProfitability EPS (Most Recent Fiscal Year)N/A Net IncomeN/A Net MarginsN/A Return on EquityN/A Return on AssetsN/AMiscellaneous EmployeesN/A Outstanding SharesN/AMarket Cap$0.00 OptionableNot Optionable Peet's Coffee & Tea (NASDAQ:PEET) Frequently Asked Questions What is Peet's Coffee & Tea's stock symbol? Peet's Coffee & Tea trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "PEET." Has Peet's Coffee & Tea been receiving favorable news coverage? News articles about PEET stock have trended extremely positive on Sunday, according to InfoTrie. The research group identifies negative and positive press coverage by analyzing more than six thousand blog and news sources in real-time. The firm ranks coverage of publicly-traded companies on a scale of -5 to 5, with scores nearest to five being the most favorable. Peet's Coffee & Tea earned a news sentiment score of 4.1 on InfoTrie's scale. They also gave news coverage about the consumer goods maker a news buzz of 0.0 out of 10, indicating that recent press coverage is extremely unlikely to have an impact on the company's share price in the next several days. How do I buy shares of Peet's Coffee & Tea? Shares of PEET can be purchased through any online brokerage account. Popular online brokerages with access to the U.S. stock market include Vanguard Brokerage Services, TD Ameritrade, E*TRADE, Scottrade, Fidelity and Charles Schwab. What is Peet's Coffee & Tea's official website? The official website for Peet's Coffee & Tea is http://www.peets.com/. How can I contact Peet's Coffee & Tea? Peet's Coffee & Tea's mailing address is PO Box 12509, BERKELEY, CA 94712-3509, United States. The consumer goods maker can be reached via phone at +1-510-5942100. MarketBeat Community Rating for Peet's Coffee & Tea (NASDAQ PEET)Community Ranking: 2.3 out of 5 ( )Outperform Votes: 119 (Vote Outperform)Underperform Votes: 136 (Vote Underperform)Total Votes: 255MarketBeat's community ratings are surveys of what our community members think about Peet's Coffee & Tea and other stocks. Vote "Outperform" if you believe PEET will outperform the S&P 500 over the long term. Vote "Underperform" if you believe PEET will underperform the S&P 500 over the long term. You may vote once every thirty days. This page was last updated on 1/20/2019 by MarketBeat.com StaffFeatured Article: Do You Need a Fiduciary?