Hormel Foods Corp.
Industry Group: Food Products
Country/Region: United States of America
Hormel Foods is a protein-focused branded food company. Its brands include its namesake Hormel, Spam, Jennie-O, Dinty Moore, Applegate, Wholly Guacamole, and Skippy. The vast majority of the company’s revenue is U.S.-based: 64% U.S. retail, 28% U.S. food service, and 8% international. By product type, in fiscal 2021, 23% of revenue was shelf-stable foods, 18% was poultry (branded and commodity), 55% was other perishable food, and 3% was other, primarily nutritional products. The company holds the number-one market position in shelf-stable meat, shelf-stable ready meals, pepperoni, natural/organic deli meat, and guacamole and the number-two position in turkey, bacon, chilled ready meals, and peanut butter.
ESG Risk Rating
Industry Group (1st = lowest risk)
Food Products 155 out of 575
Global Universe 9077 out of 14443
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Hormel Foods Corp.'s Exposure is High
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Hormel Foods Corp.'s Management of ESG Material Risk is Strong
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