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  • Winning SPAM recipe earns Hawaii trip

    Great Falls Tribune | March 03, 2015
    SPAM can take you places. In Beverly Zehntner's case, it's taking her to Hawaii. After bringing home the blue ribbon for her Reuben SPAM Rollups at the 2014 Montana State Fair, she won the national Great American SPAM Championship earning a four-night, all-expense paid vacation to the SPAM Jam Waikiki Festival in Honolulu.
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    Topics: Brands
  • Hormel readers are rock stars to students

    Post Bulletin | February 27, 2015
    The rock stars arrived outside Woodson Kindergarten Center in a yellow school bus at 11:48 a.m. Tuesday; another bus arrived minutes later. Out stepped about 60 Hormel Foods Corp employees. They were giving up their lunch hour to read to more than 60 eager kindergarteners as part of the Everybody Wins program.
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    Topics: Community
  • Hormel Foods announces new Farmer John leader

    Austin Daily Herald | February 25, 2015
    Hormel Foods Corp. announced a promotion Monday for Mark E. Morey, the president of Dan’s Prize. Morey will replace Greg Longstreet as the new president of Farmer John. Longstreet recently transitioned to lead CytoSport Holdings Inc. in July.
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    Topics: Company
  • Hormel Foods makes executive announcement

    Meat & Poultry | February 23, 2015
    Mark Morey, president of Dan's Prize, was promoted to president of Farmer John, Hormel Foods Corp. announced. Morey succeeds Greg Longstreet, who was chosen to lead the company's CytoSport Holdings, Inc. in July.
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    Topics: Company
  • Despite softness, Hormel still bullish on Skippy

    Food Business News | February 20, 2015
    Strong sales growth and lower turkey and pork costs led to a record first quarter for Hormel Foods Corp. The company earned $172,430,000 for the period ended Jan. 25, equal to 65c per share on the common stock, up 12% from $153,348,000, or 58c per share, in the prior-year quarter. Net sales rose 6.8% to a record $2,395,073,000, which compared with $2,242,672,000.
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    Topics: Company, Financial
  • Hormel Raises Profit Views After Strong First Quarter

    Wall Street Journal | February 19, 2015
    Hormel Foods Corp., one of the biggest U.S. meat processors, on Thursday raised its earnings outlook for the year after lower meat prices and continued demand for its turkey products drove higher margins and better-than-expected earnings in the January quarter.
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    Topics: Company, Financial
  • Demand drives Hormel Q1 earnings

    Meat & Poultry | February 19, 2015
    The first quarter of fiscal 2015 got off to a double-digit start at Hormel Foods Corp. Adjusted net earnings jumped 22 percent from a year ago, while first quarter sales topped $2.4 billion, a 7 percent increase over the 2014 first quarter.
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    Topics: Company, Financial
  • Rauner Tours Rochelle Foods

    WIFR CBS News 23 | February 19, 2015
    A day after making his budget address, Governor Bruce Rauner made a stop in the Stateline. Rauner toured Rochelle Foods which manufactures products for Hormel Foods. Rauner also spoke to employees saying successful businesses like Hormel will help families in other areas of life.
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    Topics: Events
  • Hormel profits up, boosted by Jennie-O turkey

    Star Tribune | February 19, 2015
    Hormel Foods Corp. on Thursday posted a strong first quarter, anchored by a star performance from its Jennie-O turkey division. Austin, Minn.-based Hormel’s profits were up 21 percent over a year ago, beating Wall Street estimates.
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    Topics: Company, Financial
  • The buddy system; Kindergarten students experience reading with Hormel employees

    Austin Daily Herald | February 18, 2015
    Five-year-old Amelia Moore pointed excitedly to the word “hello” and said she recognized the letter “H.”  “I know this one,” she said to her adult reading buddy, Katie Larson. Larson is one of 60 Hormel Foods Corp. employees who gives up her lunch period every Tuesday to take a school bus to Woodson Kindergarten Center and read to her student buddy. The effort is a partnership between the school and company through Everybody Wins Minnesota.
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    Topics: Community, Company
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