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PureFood.com A multi million dollar domain in a multi billion dollar industry.
WholeFoods.com yearly revenue exceeds 15 billion dollars a year.
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And hundreds more in multiple countries going pure, even Dragons Den had Pure Sauces or something, that is making millions in sales.
WORLD’S LARGEST FOOD CORPORATIONS GOING HEALTHY It’s hard to imagine many things that would be more essential to us humans than food and beverages, and for that reason anything linked to it is by definition a mass business. Of course the concept of food business is pretty wide as companies can monetize in different phases of the value chain, but no matter whether you are Monsanto poisoning our soil with pesticides, Cargill trading commodities, or Target selling food to the end customer, you have a huge business in your hands. IMF, CIA World Factbook, and the World Bank all list the global GDP in around $63 trillion. From that the agriculture is about 20% or little over $7 (!) trillion and the processed food business is over $3.2 trillion.
Nestlé PURE LIFE is the world’s largest food and beverage company. They are conveniently headquartered just on the other side of Lake Geneva from me at picturesque Vevey. Known best for its milk chocolate and infant formula products, but they do sell food products from A to Z. They also own Nespresso and are the 2nd largest shareholders of L’Oreal. They make >$120 billion in sales, >$10 billion in net earnings, and spend >$2 billion in R&D.
PepsiCo is the largest U.S.-based food and beverage company, and only Nestlé is bigger in the whole world. Pepsi has had a lot of inorganic growth through mergers and acquisitions, including mergers with Frito-Lay and Quaker Oats. Besides the mother brand of Pepsi, they own Mountain Dew, Doritos, Tropicana, Gatorade, and 7UP. PepsiCo did a $57 billion top line and around $10 billion in operating profit in 2010.
Kraft is the world’s second largest food company by revenue, following its acquisition of Cadbury in 2010. Just like Nestlé, this Illinois based food giant has gazillion famous brands e.g. Oreo, Milka, Kool Aid, Toblerone, and of course all the Kraft Dinner products. Kraft’s history is full of mergers and acquisitions, and they used to be owned by Phillip Morris. They do in the ballpark of $49 billion in revenue, >$4 billion in net earnings, and spend $0.5 billion in R&D.
Coca-Cola Company is apparently the world’s second largest beverage company. The company is also unofficially maybe the world’s most international company with a presence in over 200 countries, which is depending on the definition close to 100% of the world’s countries. After traveling around the world to some of the most isolated places, I can agree that Coke is everywhere. Besides their flagship Coca-Cola product, the company has over 500 brands including Fanta, Sprite, and Powerade. The Coca-Cola Company makes over $35 billion in sales and $11.8 billion in net income. Unilever is an Anglo-Dutch company that owns many of the world’s consumer product brands in foods and beverages.
General Mills did buy the raw food success story Lärabar awhile back. Often these kind of acquisitions actually alienate the existing customers away from the brand as they see it as selling off to the original mission. Still, I can give A for an effort for the large companies on trying to make (or fake?) their product portfolio more healthier. 2. Innovations to existing unhealthy food products Here the core focus seems to be on sweeteners, butter and soft drinks. Couldn’t find so many things on other categories. There’s some stuff on dairy like adding healthy bacteria (i.e. bifidus and gefilus) into them and on grains where companies might change to less produced whole food ingredients to increase the amount of insoluble fibers.
Source: http://www.foursigmatic.com/worlds-largest-food-corporations-going-healthy Ps.
If you would like to read more on the organic labels and how independent they might be, I could recommend you this article by Vanessa Barrington. A very good read. Ultra-premium
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