Hormel Foods Corp. (NYSE: HRL), a Austin, Minnesota, company, gained to close at $42.01 Friday after gaining $0.35 (0.84%) on volume of 1,048,531 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $42.07 to a low of $41.63 while Hormel Foods’s market cap now stands at $22,792,813,647.
Hormel Foods currently has roughly 20000 employees.
About Hormel Foods Corp.
Hormel Foods Corporation, based in Austin, Minn., is a global branded food company with over $9 billion in annual revenue across more than 80 countries worldwide. Its brands include SKIPPY®, SPAM®, Hormel® Natural Choice®, Applegate®, Justin’s®, Wholly®, Hormel® Black Label®, Columbus® and more than 30 other beloved brands. The company is a member of the S&P 500 Index and the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats, was named on the ‘Global 2000 World’s Best Employers’ list by Forbes magazine for three straight years, is one of Fortune magazine’s most admired companies, has appeared on Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s ‘The 100 Best Corporate Citizens’ list for 12 years in a row, and has received numerous other awards and accolades for its corporate responsibility and community service efforts. The company lives by its purpose statement – Inspired People. Inspired Food.™ – to bring some of the world’s most trusted and iconic brands to tables across the globe.
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