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This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Jun 5, 2009.
Overview

 

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note L in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

 

The Company earned $0.59 per diluted share in the second quarter of fiscal 2009, an increase of 5.4 percent compared to $0.56 per diluted share in the second quarter of fiscal 2008.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

 

·                  Refrigerated Foods profits decreased due to pork operating losses generated by a continued unfavorable spread between hog costs and primal values.

·                  Grocery Products showed increased profit results, driven by continued strength in sales of core product lines.

·                  Jennie-O Turkey Store reported a significant increase in profits, driven primarily by lower feed costs during the quarter due to a planned reduction in turkey production and a decreased cost per ton.

·                  The Company recognized a $3,634 pre-tax gain on the dissolution of its Carapelli USA, LLC joint venture.

 

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Mar 6, 2009.
Overview

 

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note L of the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

 

The Company earned $.60 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2009, compared to $.64 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2008.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

 

·      Net sales growth was reported by four of the five reporting segments of the Company.

·      Grocery Products reported a strong quarter driven by increased sales of core product lines.

·      Refrigerated Foods segment profit declined substantially as a decline in the spread between hog costs and primal values reduced pork operating margins.

·      Jennie-O Turkey Store segment profit decreased significantly due to continued higher input costs and weak commodity meat markets during the quarter.

·      Competitive and economic conditions resulted in lower segment profit results for Specialty Foods.

·      All Other segment profits declined as strong export sales were unable to offset weaker results from joint venture operations and foreign currency effects.

 

These excerpts taken from the HRL 10-K filed Dec 23, 2008.

Overview

 

The company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers. The company operates in the following five segments:

 

Segment

 

Business Conducted

Grocery Products

 

This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of shelf- stable food products sold predominantly in the retail market.

 

 

 

Refrigerated Foods

 

This segment includes the Hormel Refrigerated, Farmer John, and Dan’s Prize operating segments. This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded pork and beef products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers. Results for the Hormel Refrigerated operating segment include the Precept Foods business which offers a variety of case-ready beef and pork products to retail customers. Precept Foods, LLC, is a 51 percent owned joint venture between Hormel Foods Corporation and Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cargill, Incorporated.

 

 

 

Jennie-O Turkey Store

 

This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded turkey products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.

 

 

 

Specialty Foods

 

This segment includes the Diamond Crystal Brands (DCB), Century Foods International (CFI), and Hormel Specialty Products (HSP) operating segments. This segment consists of the packaging and sale of various sugar and sugar substitute products, salt and pepper products, liquid portion products, dessert mixes, ready-to-drink products, gelatin products, and private label canned meats to retail and foodservice customers. This segment also includes the processing, marketing, and sale of nutritional food products and supplements to hospitals, nursing homes, and other marketers of nutritional products.

 

 

 

All Other

 

This segment includes the Hormel Foods International (HFI) operating segment, which manufactures, markets, and sells company products internationally. This segment also includes various miscellaneous corporate sales.

 

Overview



 



The
company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail,
foodservice, and fresh product customers. The company operates in the following
five segments:



 























































Segment



 



Business Conducted



Grocery Products



 



This
segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of shelf-
stable food products sold predominantly in the retail market.



 



 



 



Refrigerated Foods



 



This
segment includes the Hormel Refrigerated, Farmer John, and Dan’s Prize
operating segments. This segment consists primarily of the processing,
marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded pork and beef products for
retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers. Results for the Hormel
Refrigerated operating segment include the Precept Foods business which
offers a variety of case-ready beef and pork products to retail customers.
Precept Foods, LLC, is a 51 percent owned joint venture between Hormel Foods
Corporation and Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary
of Cargill, Incorporated.



 



 



 



Jennie-O Turkey Store



 



This
segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded
and unbranded turkey products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product
customers.



 



 



 



Specialty Foods



 



This
segment includes the Diamond Crystal Brands (DCB), Century Foods
International (CFI), and Hormel Specialty Products (HSP) operating segments.
This segment consists of the packaging and sale of various sugar and sugar
substitute products, salt and pepper products, liquid portion products,
dessert mixes, ready-to-drink products, gelatin products, and private label
canned meats to retail and foodservice customers. This segment also includes
the processing, marketing, and sale of nutritional food products and
supplements to hospitals, nursing homes, and other marketers of nutritional
products.



 



 



 



All Other



 



This
segment includes the Hormel Foods International (HFI) operating segment,
which manufactures, markets, and sells company products internationally. This
segment also includes various miscellaneous corporate sales.




 



This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Sep 5, 2008.
Overview

 

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note L of the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

 

The Company earned $.38 per diluted share in the third quarter of fiscal 2008, compared to $.41 per diluted share in the third quarter of fiscal 2007.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

 

·                  Net sales and tonnage growth was reported across all five segments of the Company.

·                  Jennie-O Turkey Store segment profit decreased significantly due to continued higher grain and fuel related costs during the quarter.

·                  Grocery Products reported a strong quarter driven by strong baseline sales in key brands.

·                  Refrigerated Foods segment profit declined slightly as pricing advances were unable to fully recover higher input costs.

·                  Specialty Foods experienced strong net sales and profit growth in all three operating segments.

·                  Strong export sales drove increased results for the All Other segment.

·                  A challenging investment environment generated significant declines in investment income compared to the prior year.

 

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Jun 6, 2008.
Overview

 

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note L in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

 

The Company earned $0.56 per diluted share in the second quarter of fiscal 2008, compared to $0.49 per diluted share in the second quarter of fiscal 2007.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

 

·

Net sales and tonnage growth was reported by all five segments of the Company.

·

Refrigerated Foods operating profits increased significantly due to lower pork input costs and strong sales of value-added products.

·

Grocery Products also showed improved profit results, driven by sales growth on the SPAM family of products and Hormel Compleats microwave meals.

·

The Jennie-O Turkey Store segment reported operating profit declines, reflecting continued high grain and fuel related costs during the quarter.

·

Specialty Foods also reported lower profit results due to higher input costs and lower volumes in the Hormel Specialty Products and Diamond Crystal Brands operating segments.

 

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Mar 7, 2008.
Overview

 

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note L in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

 

The Company earned $0.64 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2008, compared to $0.54 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2007.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

 

·                  The Refrigerated Foods segment delivered strong results, with sales and operating profit increases resulting from lower pork input costs, combined with increased sales of value-added products.

·                  Grocery Products reported higher than expected results, driven by the continued growth of Hormel Compleats microwave meals and strong sales of the SPAM family of products.

·                  Jennie-O Turkey Store reported increased operating profit, as higher grain costs were offset through pricing initiatives, value-added growth, and manufacturing efficiencies.

·                  The Hormel Foods International operating segment reported another strong quarter, driven by growth in export sales of fresh pork and the SPAM family of products.

 

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-K filed Dec 27, 2007.

Overview

 

The company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers. The company operates in the following five segments:

 

Segment

 

Business Conducted

Grocery Products

 

This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of shelf-stable food products sold predominantly in the retail market.

 

 

 

Refrigerated Foods

 

This segment includes the Hormel Refrigerated, Farmer John, and Dan’s prize operating segments. This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded pork and beef products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers. Results for the Hormel Refrigerated operating segment include the Precept Foods business which offers a variety of case-ready beef and pork products to retail customers. Precept Foods, LLC, is a 51 percent owned joint venture between Hormel Foods Corporation and Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cargill, Incorporated. Prior to fiscal 2007, the Dan’s prize operating segment was reported in the All Other segment. All prior year information has been reclassified to reflect this change.

 

 

 

Jennie-O Turkey Store

 

This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded turkey products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.

 

 

 

Specialty Foods

 

This segment includes the Diamond Crystal Brands (DCB), Century Foods International (CFI), and Hormel Specialty Products (HSP) operating segments. This segment consists of the packaging and sale of various sugar and sugar substitute products, salt and pepper products, dessert mixes, gelatin products, and private label canned meats to retail and foodservice customers. This segment also includes the processing, marketing, and sale of nutritional food products and supplements to hospitals, nursing homes, and other marketers of nutritional products.

 

 

 

All Other

 

This segment includes the Hormel Foods International (HFI) operating segment, which manufactures, markets, and sells company products internationally. This segment also includes various miscellaneous corporate sales. This segment previously included Dan’s Prize, which became an operating segment of Refrigerated Foods beginning in fiscal 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Sep 7, 2007.
Overview

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note K in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

The Company earned $.41 per diluted share in the third quarter of fiscal 2007, compared to $.43 per diluted share in the third quarter of fiscal 2006.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

·                  Higher raw material costs negatively impacted results within the Grocery Products segment.

·                  Jennie-O Turkey Store profits declined due to continued higher feed related costs, although the segment made significant progress in the quarter toward recovering these costs through pricing initiatives and value-added product growth.

·                  The Refrigerated Foods segment reported strong results driven by growth in key value-added business units.

·                  The Specialty Foods segment continued to experience strong net sales and profit growth in all three operating segments.

·                  General corporate expenses increased from the prior year due to higher professional service related expenses, higher benefit related accruals, and a gain on the sale of a Company airplane recorded in fiscal 2006.

·                  Unfavorable discrete tax events increased the Company’s effective tax rate and decreased earnings per share by $.03 per diluted share.

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Jun 8, 2007.
Overview

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note K in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

The Company earned $0.49 per diluted share in the second quarter of fiscal 2007, compared to $0.48 per diluted share in the second quarter of fiscal 2006.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

·      Strong net sales and tonnage growth was reported by all five segments of the Company.

·      The Jennie-O Turkey Store segment reported significant operating profit declines, as pricing advances were unable to offset the impact of continued higher grain costs.

·      Refrigerated Foods operating profits increased, primarily due to strong pork packer margins during the quarter.

·      Grocery Products showed improved profit results, driven by strong growth in microwave trays and increased margins on chili sales.

·      Specialty Foods experienced another excellent quarter, with continued net sales and operating profit growth in all three operating segments.

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Mar 9, 2007.
Overview

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note K in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

The Company earned $0.54 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2007, compared to $0.50 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2006.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

·                  Specialty Foods delivered strong results for the quarter, with sales and operating profit increases across all three operating segments.

·                  The Hormel Foods International operating segment reported another strong quarter, driven by growth in retail and foodservice export sales.

·                  A significant increase in grain markets caused operating profit declines, most notably in the Jennie-O Turkey Store segment, and in certain units within Refrigerated Foods.  Growth in value-added product lines offset a portion of these cost increases.

·                  Grocery Products reported lower than expected results, primarily due to reduced sales in core product lines.

·                  The Company announced a one-time grant of 100 stock options to each active, full-time employee as of January 8, 2007.

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-K filed Jan 12, 2007.

Overview

The company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers. The company operates in the following five segments:

Segment

 

Business Conducted

 

 

 

Grocery Products

 

This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of shelf-stable food products sold predominantly in the retail market. This segment also includes the results of Valley Fresh, Inc. (Valley Fresh) acquired in the second quarter of fiscal 2006, and Arriba Foods, Inc. (Mexican Accent), acquired in the second quarter of fiscal 2005.

 

 

 

Refrigerated Foods

 

This segment includes the Meat Products and Foodservice business units. This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded pork products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers. This segment also includes the Precept Foods, LLC operation, which offers fresh, case-ready, branded pork and beef products to its retail customers. Precept Foods, LLC is a 51 percent owned joint venture between Hormel Foods Corporation and Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation (formerly Excel Corporation), a wholly owned subsidiary of Cargill, Incorporated. Clougherty Packing Company (Farmer John), which was acquired in December 2004, is included as an operating segment within Refrigerated Foods, and the Meat Products business unit includes the results of operations for Lloyd’s Barbeque Company (Lloyd’s), which was acquired in April 2005.

 

 

 

Jennie-O Turkey Store

 

This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded turkey products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.

 

 

 

Specialty Foods

 

This segment includes the Diamond Crystal Brands (DCB), Century Foods International (CFI), and Hormel Specialty Products (HSP) operating segments. This segment consists of the packaging and sale of various sugar and sugar substitute products, salt and pepper products, dessert mixes, gelatin products, and private label canned meats to retail and foodservice customers. This segment also includes the processing, marketing, and sale of nutritional food products and supplements to hospitals, nursing homes, and other marketers of nutritional products. Diamond Crystal Brands includes the results of operations for Hormel HealthLabs (HHL) and Mark-Lynn Foods Inc. (Mark-Lynn), which was acquired in March 2005.

 

 

 

All Other

 

This segment includes the Dan’s Prize and Hormel Foods International (HFI) operating segments. These businesses produce, market, and sell beef products and manufacture, market, and sell company products internationally. This segment also includes various miscellaneous corporate sales. Previously, this segment also included Vista International Packaging, a manufacturer of food packaging (i.e., casings for dry sausage), which was sold in June 2004.

 

This excerpt taken from the HRL DEF 14A filed Dec 21, 2006.

Overview

The Company’s Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors establishes and administers the programs that govern the compensation and benefit programs for executive officers.  The Compensation Committee consists exclusively of non-management, independent directors.  The Committee uses a compensation consultant to provide compensation advice independent of Company executives.

In determining actual compensation levels for the Chief Executive Officer and other executive officers, the Compensation Committee considers many factors.  These factors include competitive market data, overall Company performance, business unit/department performance, and contributions of individual executives.  In determining 2006 compensation levels, the Compensation Committee relied on market data provided by Pearl Meyer & Partners, a Clark Consulting Practice (“PM&P”).  For executive officers, this data consisted of compensation information for a group of 20 peer companies as well as information from PM&P’s general industry database.

The Company’s executive compensation program is designed to achieve two primary goals.

·                  Attract and retain highly qualified executive officers.

·                  Incent the behavior of executive officers to create shareholder value.

These two goals are achieved by providing a competitive total compensation program that offers a competitive base salary along with a mix of short-term and long-term incentives.

In general, the Company’s philosophy is to target total compensation for the management team, including the executive officers named in the Summary Compensation Table, at the 75th percentile of PM&P’s survey data, taking into consideration length of service, individual, Company and business unit performance.  The Committee believes that this strategy has allowed the Company to attract and retain a skilled, experienced management team that has delivered strong, consistent financial and stock price performance.

Total compensation for executive officers is leveraged heavily toward incentive compensation rather than base salary.  Incentive compensation is comprised of both short-term and long-term incentives.  An appropriate balance of short-term and long-term incentives assures executive officers are properly balancing the need for consistent quarterly and annual performance with the need for improved performance over a multi-year timeline.  This compensation balance provides both significant risk and opportunity for reward based on Company performance.

In addition, the Company maintains a nonqualified defined benefit plan for executives designed to provide retirement benefits similar to those offered under the broadbased qualified pension plan, but without the benefit limitations imposed under the Internal Revenue Code. The Company offers a death benefit to executives through a nonqualified survivor income plan.  The Company also offers executives the opportunity to voluntarily defer a portion of their annual compensation through a nonqualified deferred compensation plan.

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This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Sep 8, 2006.
Overview

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for retail, foodservice, and fresh product customers.  It operates in five segments as described in Note K in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

The Company earned $.43 per diluted share in the third quarter of fiscal 2006, compared to $.37 per diluted share in the third quarter of fiscal 2005.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

 

·                  Volatility in pork markets negatively impacted margins in Refrigerated Foods, particularly in the fresh pork and sliced bacon categories.

·                  Grocery Products reported top and bottom line growth, driven by the acquisition of Valley Fresh and continued distribution of microwave trays.

·                  Jennie-O Turkey Store experienced lower operating profits in the quarter primarily due to higher energy costs and lower returns on thigh meat.

·                  A gain on litigation of $6,218 pre-tax, net of related expenses ($0.03 after-tax per diluted share) was recognized during the quarter.

·                  An additional charge of $4,897 ($0.02 after-tax per diluted share) was recognized in the quarter related to non-qualified plan settlements due to executive retirements.

·                  The Company’s effective tax rate was reduced due to a $2,826 ($0.02 per diluted share) discrete tax benefit in the quarter.

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Jun 9, 2006.
Overview

 

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for the retail, foodservice, and fresh customer markets. It operates in five segments as described in Note K in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

 

The Company earned $0.48 per diluted share in the second quarter of fiscal 2006, compared to $0.40 per diluted share in the second quarter of fiscal 2005. Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

 

                  The acquisition of Valley Fresh, Inc. (finalized on March 31, 2006) was accretive to the Grocery Products segment, and enhances product offerings in the chunk meats category.

                  Refrigerated Foods reported strong operating profits, as value added product lines benefited from lower input costs.

                  Grocery Products improved top and bottom lines results, driven by lower pork input costs and growth in the microwave tray category.

                  Higher feed and energy costs resulted in lower operating profits for the Jennie-O Turkey Store segment.

                  Growth in Specialty Foods continued as a result of strong core product sales, and an enhanced product portfolio following the 2005 Mark-Lynn acquisition.

                  Significantly lower effective tax rate continued to benefit net earnings results.

 

 

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-Q filed Mar 10, 2006.
Overview

 

The Company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for the retail, foodservice, and fresh customer markets.  It operates in five segments as described in Note J in the Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements in this Form 10-Q.

 

The Company earned $0.50 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2006, compared to $0.46 per diluted share in the first quarter of fiscal 2005.  Significant factors impacting the quarter were:

 

                  The Jennie-O-Turkey Store segment continued to report strong net sales and segment profit results, driven by favorable market conditions, lower feed costs, and value-added growth.

                  Significantly improved results experienced in the Specialty Foods segment, with sales and segment profit increases noted in all three business units.

                  Mixed results reported in the Grocery Products segment, as increased net sales were offset by higher input costs and increased freight and distribution expenses.

                  Additional benefit related expenses were recognized during the quarter totaling $16,486 pre-tax ($0.07 after-tax per diluted share), primarily due to executive retirements.

                  A significant reduction in the Company’s effective tax rate ($0.02 per diluted share) resulted from recognition of a discrete tax benefit in the quarter.

 

This excerpt taken from the HRL 10-K filed Jan 13, 2006.

Overview

 

The company is a processor of branded and unbranded food products for the retail, foodservice and fresh customer markets. The company operates in the following five segments:

 

Segment

 

Business Conducted

Grocery
Products

 

This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of shelf-stable food products sold predominantly in the retail market. This segment also includes the results of Arriba Foods, Inc. (a/k/a Mexican Accent), which was acquired in the second quarter of fiscal 2005.

 

 

 

Refrigerated
Foods

 

This segment includes the Meat Products and Foodservice business units. This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded pork products for the retail, foodservice, and fresh customer markets. This segment also includes the Precept Foods, LLC operation, which offers fresh, case-ready, branded pork and beef products to its retail customers. Precept Foods, LLC is a 51 percent owned joint venture between Hormel Foods Corporation and Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation (formerly Excel Corporation), a wholly owned subsidiary of Cargill, Incorporated. Clougherty Packing Company (Farmer John), which was acquired on December 29, 2004, is included as an operating segment within Refrigerated Foods, and the Meat Products business unit includes the results of operations for Lloyd’s Barbecue Company (Lloyd’s), which was acquired in April 2005.

 

 

 

Jennie-O
Turkey
Store

 

This segment consists primarily of the processing, marketing, and sale of branded and unbranded turkey products for the retail, foodservice, and fresh customer markets.

 

 

 

Specialty
Foods

 

This segment includes the Diamond Crystal Brands, Century Foods International, and Hormel Specialty Products operating segments. This segment consists of the packaging and sale of various sugar and sugar substitute products, salt and pepper products, dessert mixes, gelatin products, and private label canned meats to retail and foodservice customers. This segment also includes the processing, marketing, and sale of nutritional food products and supplements to hospitals, nursing homes, and other marketers of nutritional products. Diamond Crystal Brands includes the results of operations for Hormel Health Labs (consolidated into Diamond Crystal Brands effective November 1, 2004), and Mark-Lynn Foods Inc. (Mark-Lynn), which was acquired in March 2005.

 

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All Other

 

This segment includes the Dan’s Prize and Hormel Foods International operating segments. These businesses produce, market, and sell beef products and manufacture, market, and sell company products internationally. This segment also includes various miscellaneous corporate sales. Previously, this segment also included Vista International Packaging, a manufacturer of food packaging (i.e., casings for dry sausage), which was sold effective June 30, 2004.

 

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