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Mondelez International - Statistics & Facts

Mondelez International, the maker of billion-dollar brands such as Cadbury, Oreo, Milka Chocolate, and Trident gum, is a leading global snacking company with its headquarters in Deerfield, Illinois. The company launched on October 1st, 2012 due to the spin-off of Kraft Foods' North American grocery business to shareholders. Its name was chosen based on the employee’s input and consists of a combination of terms for ‘world’ and ‘delicious’ in romantic languages. The portfolio of Mondelez consists of biscuits, chocolate, beverages, gum, candy, cheese, and other groceries. In 2020, Mondelez employed around 79,000 people worldwide.

Company financials

Between the years 2013 to 2017, the global snacking powerhouse saw a decline in net revenue. Like other companies operating in the chocolate industry, Mondelez has faced price hikes during that period for two of its principal commodities: cocoa and milk. Net revenues reached 35.8 billion in 2011. That figure had declined to 26.58 billion by 2020. Europe is the key market of Mondelez International. In 2020, the company brought in a net revenue of slightly over 10 billion U.S. dollars in Europe. To promote their products to potential customers and to strengthen brand awareness, Mondelez spent 1.38 billion U.S. dollars on advertising in 2020.

Competition on the U.S. market

In 2019, Mondelez achieved sales of 7.1 billion dollars in the United States. It was ranked 19th among other food and beverage companies on the U.S. market. The leading company on the market by sales was PepsiCo. The company competes with Mondelez with such products as biscuits made by its subsidiary Quaker Oats Company. Other competitors like the Campbell Soup Company, compete in the same segment with its Pepperidge Farm products. Campbell Doup however, gets surpassed in overall food and beverage sales by Mondelez, known for its Oreo products.

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Mondelez International - Statistics & Facts

Mondelez International, the maker of billion-dollar brands such as Cadbury, Oreo, Milka Chocolate, and Trident gum, is a leading global snacking company with its headquarters in Deerfield, Illinois. The company launched on October 1st, 2012 due to the spin-off of Kraft Foods' North American grocery business to shareholders. Its name was chosen based on the employee’s input and consists of a combination of terms for ‘world’ and ‘delicious’ in romantic languages. The portfolio of Mondelez consists of biscuits, chocolate, beverages, gum, candy, cheese, and other groceries. In 2020, Mondelez employed around 79,000 people worldwide.

Company financials

Between the years 2013 to 2017, the global snacking powerhouse saw a decline in net revenue. Like other companies operating in the chocolate industry, Mondelez has faced price hikes during that period for two of its principal commodities: cocoa and milk. Net revenues reached 35.8 billion in 2011. That figure had declined to 26.58 billion by 2020. Europe is the key market of Mondelez International. In 2020, the company brought in a net revenue of slightly over 10 billion U.S. dollars in Europe. To promote their products to potential customers and to strengthen brand awareness, Mondelez spent 1.38 billion U.S. dollars on advertising in 2020.

Competition on the U.S. market

In 2019, Mondelez achieved sales of 7.1 billion dollars in the United States. It was ranked 19th among other food and beverage companies on the U.S. market. The leading company on the market by sales was PepsiCo. The company competes with Mondelez with such products as biscuits made by its subsidiary Quaker Oats Company. Other competitors like the Campbell Soup Company, compete in the same segment with its Pepperidge Farm products. Campbell Doup however, gets surpassed in overall food and beverage sales by Mondelez, known for its Oreo products.

Interesting statistics

In the following 4 chapters, you will quickly find the 25 most important statistics relating to "Mondelez International".

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