McCormick & Co (NYSE: MKC) said on Thursday that fiscal third quarter profit remained flat as margins remained even, offsetting slight improvement in sales. Shares fell as the company provided downbeat outlook for full-year earnings. The Company expects earnings to be at lower end of its previous guidance. The Company said that weak demand for its industrial products from quick service restaurant segment will impact fiscal fourth quarter results. McCormick now expects adjusted earnings and sales to both grow by 7% while analysts’ polled by Thomson Reuters were anticipating 10% and 6% growth, respectively.