|会社名||Hershey Company (The) （HSY ハ―シ―）|
|業種||食品加工 一般消費財（Consumer Products）|
|概要||事業概要 ザ・ハーシー(The Hershey Company)は北米においてチョコレートの生産に従事する企業。同社の主要製品群に、チョコレートと非チョコレートの菓子製品、ガム・ミントリフレッシュメント製品、ベーキング材料と飲料などのパントリーアイテム、並びにスプレッド、肉のスナック、バーとスナックバイツ、ミックスなどのスナックが含まれる。同社は、北米、国際及びその他の事業セグメントにより構成される。北米事業セグメントには、チョコレートと非チョコレート製菓事業、並びに食料品と軽食事業が含まれる。この事業セグメントは、チョコレートと非チョコレート製菓、パントリー、食品サービス、及びその他の軽食用製品ラインの開発・成長に従事する。同社はアジア、中南米、中東、欧州、アフリカ及びその他の地域の輸出市場において菓子製品を販売する。 ハ―シ―は米国のチョコレ―ト大手メ―カ―。チョコレ―ト、菓子、スナックの製造、販売を行う。主要製品はチョコレ―トバ―、袋入り・箱入りチョコレ―ト、クッキ―、ガムのほか、焼菓子の材料、インスタントチョコレ―ト飲料、チョコレ―トシロップなどのデザ―ト用トッピング。主なブランドは｢ハ―シ―ズ｣、｢リ―シ―ズ｣、｢ハ―シ―ズ・キス」。 The Hershey Company is headquartered in Hershey, Pa., and is an industry-leading snacks company known for bringing goodness to the world through its iconic brands, remarkable people and enduring commitment to help children succeed. Hershey has approximately 16,000 employees around the world who work every day to deliver delicious, quality products. The company has more than 80 brands around the world that drive $8 billionin annual revenues, including such iconic brand names as Hershey's®, Reese's®, Kit Kat®, Jolly Rancher®, Ice Breakers®, SkinnyPop®, and Pirate's Booty®. For more than 125 years, Hershey has been committed to operating fairly, ethically and sustainably. Hershey founder, Milton Hershey, created the Milton Hershey School in 1909 and since then the company has focused on helping children succeed.|
|代表者氏名||Charles A. Davis|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Hershey Co revenues increased 4% to $7.79B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 49% to $1.17B. Revenues reflect United States segment increase of 4% to $6.54B Other Foreign segment increase of less than 1% to $1.26B. Net income benefited from Long-lived and intangible asset impairme decrease of 72% to $57.7M (expense) Advertising Expenses decrease of 11% to $479.9M (expense).|
4 Easter-Themed Stocks For Your Portfolio 2021/04/01 15:19:40 Benzinga
Easter is just around the proverbial corner, and the holiday means a great many things to different people. For investors, Easter offers the chance to take a second look at companies that traditionally enjoy an increase in holiday-related product sales. Let's consider four stocks that have a distinctive connection to the Easter holiday. Hershey Co (NYSE: HSY ): Easter is the second most important candy-eating occasion of the year, according to the National Confectioner's Association, and the Hershey brand is perennially popular during this season. And it seems that investors also have a sweet tooth for the company: Two weeks ago, Piper Sandler analyst Michael Lavery upgraded Hershey’s stock rating from Neutral to Overweight with a price target lifted from $147 to $175. What was the cause for this upgrade? Well, the U.S. retail sales grew 7.5% from the start of 2021 through March 7, and Hershey is on track to exceed prior estimates of 2% U.S. organic growth for the first quarter — though, ironically, this outlook depends on the timing of Easter purchases.
A tree frog named Betty is this year's Cadbury Easter Bunny mascot 2021/03/27 15:39:34 CNN
A tree frog from Florida beat over 12,000 contenders for the title of Cadbury's 2021 Easter Bunny, the Hershey Company announced this week.
Medicated Confectionery Market Growth in Healthcare Industry by 2021-2026 | Nestle, Ricola, Hershey's 2021/03/23 11:49:03 OpenPR
The global Medicated Confectionery market size is projected to grow in the historic period resulted from economic growth in emerging markets, the rise in awareness of the benefits and developed nations towards Medicated Confectionery costs and increasing production and growing
Why Hershey's Chocolate Tastes Like ... Well, Vomit 2021/03/22 09:45:02 HuffPost
The presence of something called butyric acid (which is also in puke) is to blame. But how did it get in there?
The Hershey Company (NYSE:HSY) SVP Sells $481,957.00 in Stock 2021/03/18 14:43:13 Watchlist News
The Hershey Company (NYSE:HSY) SVP Christopher M. Scalia sold 3,100 shares of The Hershey stock in a transaction that occurred on Wednesday, March 17th. The shares were sold at an average price of $155.47, for a total transaction of $481,957.00. Following the transaction, the senior vice president now directly owns 8,868 shares of the company’s […]
Coca-Cola's BodyArmor acquisition, a direct strike at Pepsi's market share, started out as a minority investment. Here are 8 other brands that big CPGs have invested in and could acquire in full. 2021/03/05 14:00:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Test driving a car can determine whether it's worth buying. A first date can tell you whether someone is worth forging a relationship with. And for big food and beverage companies, a minority stake can be the first step to a bigger deal. Some of the biggest deals in CPG so far in 2021 got their start as minority investments. In February, Coca-Cola said it would acquire majority ownership in sports drink BodyArmor , a brand it has been a minority investor in since 2018. And in January, snack giant Mondelez said it planned to acquire Hu after three years of a minority stake and working with the brand through its venture arm . "It's saying 'Let's date for a while before we get married,'" said Bob Goldin, partner and co-founder at Pentallect, which advises food and beverage companies. Not all minority investments are guaranteed to end with the larger company acquiring the smaller one, he added. Minority investments tend to be small, low-risk opportunities for companies like Coca-Cola and PepsiCo to see if an up-and-coming brand can deliver on its promises.
The Hershey Company (NYSE:HSY) CEO Sells $365,150.00 in Stock 2021/03/05 10:43:21 Watchlist News
The Hershey Company (NYSE:HSY) CEO Michele Buck sold 2,500 shares of the business’s stock in a transaction on Monday, March 1st. The shares were sold at an average price of $146.06, for a total transaction of $365,150.00. Following the sale, the chief executive officer now directly owns 192,331 shares in the company, valued at approximately […]
Reese’s Continues Hershey’s Push Toward D2C Model 2021/03/04 17:15:16 PYMNTS
Ever had a craving for a peanut butter cup? Not a passing desire for a sweet treat of a vague description but an actual burning desire for that combination of chocolate and peanut butter most perfectly embodied by the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup? Don’t be embarrassed. In fact your friends at Hershey’s are actually aware […]
All peanut butter, all the time: Reese's peanut butter cups without chocolate arriving in April 2021/03/02 16:50:40 Azcentral
The Hershey Company announced Tuesday it is rolling out a new version of its popular Reese's peanut butter cups with no chocolate.
Hershey Goes Chocolate-Free With New Reese's Peanut Butter Lovers Cups 2021/03/02 16:42:27 Benzinga
Hershey Co (NYSE: HSY ) is offering a new spin on its Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. The company is removing the chocolate from the product, offering nothing but peanut butter. What Happened: The new Reese's Ultimate Peanut Butter Lovers Cups marks the first time in the product’s 90-year history that chocolate is absent from the ingredients. Instead of the chocolate shell holding the peanut butter interior, the new product offers a … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Hershey Presents at 2021 CAGNY Conference 2021/02/17 21:15:00 PR Newswire
HERSHEY, Pa., Feb. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In a presentation today at the 2021 Consumer Analyst Group of New York (CAGNY) conference, Michele G. Buck, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Steven E. Voskuil, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, The Hershey Company…
Hershey Sets Sights on Leading Better-for-You Confection 2021/02/17 15:14:00 PR Newswire
HERSHEY, Pa., Feb. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hershey Company (NYSE: HSY) today shared key strategies to expand and grow the better-for-you chocolate category with new and differentiated capabilities. Hershey has long offered a wide variety of choices for consumers to enjoy their…
...By Big Government, For Big Government 2021/02/13 19:30:00 Zero Hedge
…By Big Government, For Big Government Authored by MN Gordon via EconomicPrism.com, One of the notable byproducts of the current age of unreason is the popularity of lies as a matter of public policy. We’ll clarify this claim in just a moment. But first, some context is in order… On Wednesday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased 0.3 percent in January. Not bad, so long as you didn’t have to drive anywhere. If you did, you may have noticed your dollars didn’t get you as far. The gasoline index increased 7.4 percent in January. What’s going on? Over the last 10-months the price of oil has quietly recovered from an extreme negative in April of 2020 to over $58 for a barrel of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude. And the UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s food price index is at its highest level since July 2014. The main factors contributing to its rise are increases in grain prices. Our hunch is that consumer prices will rise much further and faster in 2021 than the bean counters at the Bureau of Labor Statistics anticipate.
Top Chocolate Brands Accused of Child Slavery in US Court Case 2021/02/13 06:17:43 EuroWeeklyNews
SOME OF the world’s top chocolate producers – including Nestle and Mars – are facing a US court case accused of employing child slavery on African cocoa farms. Eight young adults from Mali have launched legal action against the world’s most powerful chocolate companies – including Nestle, Mars, and Hershey – claiming that they were […] The post Top Chocolate Brands Accused of Child Slavery in US Court Case appeared first on Euro Weekly News Spain .
Mars, Nestlé and Hershey to face landmark child slavery lawsuit in US 2021/02/12 22:31:03 The Guardian
Chocolate companies are among the defendants named in a lawsuit brought by former child workers in Ivory Coast Eight children who claim they were used as slave labour on cocoa plantations in Ivory Coast have launched legal action against the world’s biggest chocolate companies. They accuse the corporations of aiding and abetting the illegal enslavement of “thousands” of children on cocoa farms in their supply chains. Nestlé, Cargill, Barry Callebaut, Mars, Olam, Hershey and Mondelēz have been named as defendants in a lawsuit filed in Washington DC by the human rights firm International Rights Advocates (IRA), on behalf of eight former child slaves who say they were forced to work without pay on cocoa plantations in the west African country. The plaintiffs, all of whom are originally from Mali and are now young adults, are seeking damages for forced labour and further compensation for unjust enrichment, negligent supervision and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Continue reading.
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