Hormel Foods engages in the distribution of food products to consumer and food industries in the United States and internationally.Read more
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Tyson Foods is Hormel Foods's top competitor. Tyson Foods is a Public company that was founded in Springdale, Arkansas in 1931. Tyson Foods operates in the Food Processing industry. Tyson Foods has 118,900 more employees vs. Hormel Foods.
Smithfield Foods has been one of Hormel Foods's top competitors. Smithfield Foods is headquartered in Smithfield, Virginia, and was founded in 1936. Smithfield Foods is in the Food Processing field. Smithfield Foods generates 165% the revenue of Hormel Foods.
Hormel Foods's revenue is the ranked 8th among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 19.4B. Over the last four quarters, Hormel Foods's revenue has grown by 9.5%. Specifically, in Q2 2021's revenue was $2.6B; in Q1 2021, it was $2.5B; in Q4 2020, it was $2.4B; in Q3 2020, Hormel Foods's revenue was $2.4B.
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