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  • Hormel donates $38,000 worth of luncheon meat

    Saipan Tribune | August 28, 2015
    Through their regional distributor, D&Q Saipan, Hormel Foods is generously donating 10 pallets of Black Label Luncheon Loaf to assist the people of Saipan recover from the effects of Typhoon Soudleor.
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    Topics: Brands, Community
  • Faribault council gives the nod for the Jennie-O Turkey Store addition

    Faribault Daily News | August 27, 2015
    Jennie-O Turkey Store in Faribault is hoping to get construction underway on its 17,521-square-foot addition within the next 30 days. Upon completion, John Hotek, director of engineering for Jennie-O Turkey Store, told the council it’ll take roughly 20 to 25 new, skilled employees to operate, maintain and manage the state-of-the-art equipment.
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  • Great American SPAM Championship at the fair

    KARE 11 | August 25, 2015
    The Minnesota State Fair opens this Thursday, and Friday will be the Great American SPAM Championship, now in its 25th year at fairs around the country! SPAM Manager Jen Nolander joined us on KARE11 News@4 with a preview and she brought along a past winning recipe for SPAM Reuben Rollups.
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    Topics: Brands
  • Hormel's latest profit beats forecasts despite bird flu impact, company raises outlook

    Star Tribune | August 19, 2015
    The bird flu that has plagued Hormel Foods Corp.’s Jennie-O turkey business hasn’t slowed the company’s momentum. Austin, Minn.-based Hormel beat analysts’ third-quarter earnings expectations and upped its full-year profit guidance, as its other core businesses — from canned chili to Skippy peanut butter and fresh pork products — have been prospering.
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    Topics: Company, Financial
  • Hormel Foods Raises Profit Outlook

    Wall Street Journal | August 19, 2015
    The Jennie-O Turkey Store Faribault plant, the local manufacturing plant owned by Hormel Foods Corporation, donated $10,000 to the St. Vincent de Paul Center to help combat hunger in Faribault and surrounding communities.
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    Topics: Company, Financial
  • Spam Has Officially Arrived on the Mainland, and We're Into It

    Bon Appetit | August 18, 2015
    As Hawaii’s culinary traditions gain traction on the mainland, the 50th state’s favorite mystery meat is getting a chef makeover. “Growing up in Hawaii, Spam was everywhere—breakfast, lunch, and dinner,” says Ravi Kapur, chef at Liholiho Yacht Club. “If Spam ever went on sale, the store would have to put a limit, 2 per customer, because people would buy up the whole stock.”
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    Topics: Brands
  • Turkey Store in Faribault donates $10,000 to St. Vincent de Paul

    Faribault Daily News | August 17, 2015
    The Jennie-O Turkey Store Faribault plant, the local manufacturing plant owned by Hormel Foods Corporation, donated $10,000 to the St. Vincent de Paul Center to help combat hunger in Faribault and surrounding communities.
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    Topics: Community
  • Say Goodbye to the Hello Kitty Supercute Tour

    Wall Street Journal | August 14, 2015
    Life for people interested in making sushi-like food shaped like Hello Kitty just got harder. The Hello Kitty Supercute Friendship Festival, a touring arena show started in late May touting musical numbers with the Japanese character and her friends, is shutting down after final stops this month in Las Vegas and Phoenix ... Then, there’s the booth that sells Spam musubi kits. Spam musubi is basically sushi with cooked Spam subbing in for fish, wrapped in dried seaweed on rice.
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    Topics: Brands
  • Hormel recognized for Project SPAMMY

    Meat & Poultry | August 13, 2015
    The US Chamber of Commerce Foundation named Hormel Foods Corp. as one of the finalists in its 2015 Corporate Citizenship Awards. Thanks to its “Project SPAMMY,” which is the company’s shelf-stable product developed to help feed malnourished children in Guatemala’s family centers and orphanages.
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    Topics: Company, Community
  • Demand for meat snacks in the US keeps growing

    Meat & Poultry | August 11, 2015
    For such a simple product concept, the market for meat snacks in the United States is becoming complicated ... Many companies are entering the category and providing new twists to what is considered a traditional product. This past July, for example, Hormel Foods Corp., Austin, Minn., unveiled Spam Snacks, which are dried meat chunks in such flavors as classic, teriyaki and bacon. Hormel also is testing a new snack item from its Jennie-O Turkey Store brand.
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    Topics: Brands, Company
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