An Austin, Minn.-based company that produces food products for consumers, retail grocers, and food-service and industrial markets.
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|52 Week High||51.34|
|52 Week Low||41.40|
|Today's Range||50.80 - 50.80|
Almost everyone loves peanut butter. In the United States, it’s a lucrative $2 billion-a-year market.That’s why Hormel Foods Corp. acquired the legendary Skippy brand 18 months ago from...
High demand for Hormel Foods Corp.’s array of protein products — bacon and turkey burgers, anyone? — propelled the company’s third-quarter earnings comfortably above...
Hormel Foods Corp., the maker of ham and Spam that also owns Skippy peanut butter, plans to bulk up further by buying the California producer of Muscle Milk in a $450 million transaction.Austin, Minn....
The bidding war for Hillshire Brands that revved up last week has put a spotlight on growing buyout sentiment in the food industry.Deals are up this year, and so are a lot of food stocks on...
Hormel Foods Corp. on Wednesday came up short of Wall Street’s quarterly profit expectations, as the cruel Midwestern winter continued to weigh on its turkey business.Fuel costs to heat...
|Current year rank||18|
|Current year compensation||$6,927,453|
|Percent change of the CEO||60.5|
Robust turkey sales helped the Austin-based foodmaker post a 17 percent gain in earnings that beat analysts' estimates.
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